Comparing The Global Gaming Centers of Las Vegas vs Macau

Las Vegas vs Macau

Up until now, when you think of the casino capital of the world, the first city that is likely to come to mind is Las Vegas. However, more recently there is a new city that is vying for the limelight, the city of Macau in China.

Casinosites.me.uk presents some pretty interesting information about Macau and how it has been surpassing the casino revenues of Las Vegas, yet has failed in getting the credit it deserves.

Currently, the turnover from Macau is 5 times that of Vegas, and there are new casinos popping up all the time, some of which are incredibly impressive! For example, the Vatican casino is Macau has the largest casino floor in the entire world. Essentially, it is an enlarged version of the one that can be found round the other side of the world in America.

It cost an incredible $2.4 billion to build, and although this may sound a lot, it is making its money back extremely quickly. There are about $600 billion placed in bets every single year.

Arguably, the hotels in Macau are just as impressive as those that can be found in Las Vegas. Many have nightly shows, flashing lights, stunningly themed interiors, and even more impressive exteriors.

It features some incredible restaurants run by some of the world’s top chefs. Therefore, it is hardly surprising that the city is slowly gaining the recognition it deserves in the gambling industry.

There is a difference, however, when it comes to visitors staying in the two cities. The 99% of the people who visit Las Vegas will stay there for at least one night. In Macau, however, only 50% of the people will end up staying overnight, or if they do stay, it will only be for 1 or 2 nights.  

Both cities supply visitors with a large collection of casinos, hotels, and restaurants, but will there be a time where Macau becomes the new Las Vegas?

 

infographic comparing the gaming destinations Las Vegas, Nevada vs Macau, China

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