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After Typhoon Hato hit the former Portuguese colony two weeks ago

Two casinos, one slot parlor remain closed in Macau

Two casinos, one slot parlor remain closed in Macau
Broadway casino located in Cotai and Legend Palace at Fisherman’s Wharf had to shut down after suffered from damage caused by Typhoon Hato. Slot machine parlor Mocha Inner Harbour also ceased operations.
Macau | 09/06/2017

Broadway casino located in Cotai and Legend Palace at Fisherman’s Wharf had to shut down after suffered from damage caused by Typhoon Hato. Slot machine parlor Mocha Inner Harbour also ceased operations.

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ccording to a special report published by TDM News website, several gambling venues in Macau were flooded during the storm and renovations work needs to be done before the casinos can resume operations.

Hoffman Ma, executive director of the Success Universe Group, co-operator of the Ponte 16 casino, told TDM that  "the ground floor has been flooded, the most damaging and a lot of the wiring, carpets, and the renovations work needs to be done to get the casino court, well the ground floor casino court to be ready to reopen again. We are hoping to be able to do that within the next two weeks or so"

The head of casino operations at Macau Legend Development told TDM News that water invaded the basement, reaching as high as 1.5 meters, and damaging essential equipment such as internet servers and air conditioning.

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