The French Macau Chamber of Commerce and Macau Business hosted a webinar on the future of the city’s gaming industry on September 8th.

2022 will undoubtedly be a turning point for Macau’s core industries. After the new gambling law came into force, all attention is now on his September 14th, the deadline for bidding on new casino concessions. The bidding comes at a time when the gaming industry has endured a deep recession caused by the pandemic and the city’s economy is struggling to bounce back in the face of travel restrictions in both Macau and mainland China. Where do you go from here? What will the post-pandemic, post-tender new normal look like? A new era for Macau’s gaming industry is just around the corner.


Alidad Tash 2NT8 Limited Representative Director

Jorge Costa OliveiraFounder and CEO of JCO Consultancy

Vitaly UmanskyManaging Director and Senior Analyst at AB Bernstein


Jose Carlos MatiasMacau Business Director

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