ynn Macau, whose rivals include Sands China and Melco Crown Entertainment, opened its second casino in the Chinese gambling enclave of Macau in April.
Gambling revenue growth in Macau could slow in the second half of the year, a senior executive of Wynn Macau also said, as spending moderates after a boom in the second half of 2009 when China was in the midst of a massive economic stimulus plan.
Still, the former Portuguese enclave is likely to beat a forecast for 30 % growth in gambling revenues this year by Macau's top gambling regulator, Wynn Macau chief operating officer Linda Chen told reporters at an event in Macau. "The government said it will grow 30 % for this year. I think that's a conservative view," she said.