Revenues of numerous casino in Macau dropped by 79.7% year in March 2020, according to data published on Wednesday of the Game Inspection and Coordination Bureau.
As reported, last month, urban gambling halls brought a little less than 5.3 billion. PAKTAK (about 664 million. Doll. USA) in connection with emergency measures taken to curb the promotion of coronavirus and significantly reduce the flow of tourists from the mainland China, where the epicenter of the outbreak of dangerous disease was. Revenues from games make up about 80% of the total income of Macau, while visitors from the mainland Chinese represent about 90% of tourists arriving in the city.
The income rate for March coincided with the expectations of analysts regarding the monthly fall at 80-82%. On a monthly basis, revenue from gambling on a single Chinese territory, where gambling in the casino is legal, increased by 69.4% compared with February, when Macau casino received approximately 3.1 billion. PATIC (about 391.4 million. US dollars) due to the 14-day closure of the government of the city of gambling establishments in an attempt to stop the wave of coronavirus.