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Safe & positive environment is needed: MGM

2017-10-13 08:03     Comment:1

Grant Bowie, chief executive officer and executive director of MGM China Holdings yesterday commented on the proposed off-duty gaming staff casino entry ban, saying there should be a safe and positive environment for the employees of the gaming industry.

He was asked by reporters at the Oktoberfest Macau festival at MGM Macau in Nape whether he thought it was difficult to implement the government-proposed ban on off-duty gaming staff from entering local casinos.

Currently, the city’s six gaming operators ban their off-duty gaming employees from gambling in their own casinos while they can gamble in casinos not run by their employers.


Grant Bowie, CEO and executive director of MGM China, speaks to reporters on the sidelines of the opening ceremony of the annual Oktoberfest Macau at MGM Macau. Photos: Joel Chu


Pansy Ho Chiu King, co-chairperson and executive director of MGM China Holdings, delivers a speech during yesterday’s opening ceremony of the annual Oktoberfest at MGM in Nape. “We are incredibly proud and delighted to be the pioneer in bringing this authentic Oktoberfest to Macau,” Ho said.

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