SCL yet to request allocation of new tables


Sands China has not yet indicated where its 200 new tables will be allocated.  The head of the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau, Manuel Joaquim das Neves, was quoted by Portuguese-language newspaper Ponto Final as saying: “The operator has to inform us where it is going to put the tables and when the tables will open. Afterwards, we will conduct an inspection.”  The company’s chief executive Edward Tracy said that some of the new tables would be made available in time for the Lunar New Year holiday, which starts on February 10.