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City of Dreams Manila on trial casino operation

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City of Dreams Manila on trial casino operation

Management at City of Dreams (CoD) Manila has confirmed that a “trial run” of casino operations is ongoing at the resort in the Philippine capital.

But Kevin Benning, chief operating officer of the venue, which is run by a local unit of Melco Resorts and Entertainment Ltd said that they “still does not have a reopening date” for full operations.

At the end of last month, the country’s casino regulator the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp (Pagcor) confirmed that some casino resorts in that country had been allowed to reopen “limited to a maximum of 30 percent capacity” and with strict health countermeasures against Covid-19.

Mr Benning also said that “The trial run, as permitted by Pagcor, with invited guests at 30 percent capacity, continues, enabling us to fine-tune our services in compliance with government guidelines.”

According to the second-quarter results of Melco Resorts, filed on August 20, City of Dreams Manila had an average of 301 table games – i.e., the count prior to application of capacity constraints on use of inventory – in the three months to June 30. Additionally in that reporting period, it had an average of 2,273 gaming machines.

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About City of Dreams Manila

City of Dreams Manila is a 6.2-hectare luxury integrated resort and casino complex located on the Entertainment City gaming strip at Asean Avenue and Roxas Boulevard in Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines.

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