Genting Malaysia’s Resorts World Las Vegas announced earlier that it will officially open on June 24, 2021. The group has once again reported that Resorts World’s casino was approved by regulatory authorities to open for business and will become one of the largest casino projects in the history of Las Vegas.
According to the Associated Press, the Nevada Gaming Commission has issued relevant licenses of the largest casino project in Las Vegas history to the Kuala Lumpur-based Genting Group and its publicly traded subsidiary Genting Malaysia.
The committee praised the US$4.3 billion project and believed that the project would be able to inject vitality into the hard-hit economy. John Moran, chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission, said after the voting: “We look forward to its opening and operation.”
Sibela, president of Resorts World Las Vegas, stated that the six-year project is being completed on time and within budget. It will be the first new resort to open on the Las Vegas Strip in more than a decade.
“We aim to be the top and most advanced casino in the world,” Said Sibela
Sibela pointed out that many restaurants and conference venues in this project adopt natural outdoor lighting and designed a special ventilation system to create an atmosphere of “the best air quality you can buy”.
He also revealed that more than 4,000 employees will be hired in the next three weeks to fill the 5,500 job vacancies in the resort, and most employees have also been vaccinated and do not need to wear masks.
Resorts World Las Vegas covers an area of 88 acres (35.61 hectares) and has a casino wider than two football fields, with a gambling salon and a poker room. It will subsequently open retail stores and shops, and more than 40 restaurants. , “Street snacks” area, multiple spas and swimming pools, and 300,000 square feet of meeting rooms and banquet halls.
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