Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tag: Graeme Stephens

SkyCity buoyed by positive New Zealand results following re-opening

SkyCity Entertainment Group New Zealand
SkyCity Entertainment Group said business has been “encouraging” since the firm resumed operations at its New Zealand properties in mid-May.

Delaware North closes Skycity Darwin acquisition

Delaware North Skycity Darwin Aquisition
Skycity Entertainment Group has confirmed the sale of its Skycity Darwin casino to Delaware North, after the Northern Territory Government granted its approval of the $137m acquisition.   The deal, finalised on 4 April, bolster’s the US operator’s portfolio - which already covers six American states - with the addition of 600 EGTs and over 30 table games. “We are pleased that...

Sun International sharpens scissors for Time Square

Casino Review - Sun International Time Square
Sun International builds towards its Time Square opening which the company is claiming will be its flagship operation.   As Sun International prepares to open the doors to its latest iteration, management will be hoping it fares better than other ventures in recent years. Having been hampered by poor gaming food and beverage sales, the firm is resting on the prospects for...

South Africa’s Sun International looks to Latin American markets

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Aiming to offset slow growth at home, South African hotel and casino operator Sun International has set its sights on the Latin American markets. The company has already divested its assets in several African countries, pulling out of Nigeria in August to concentrate on its casino businesses in South Africa and Latin America. The gaming group’s merger with Dreams SA in...