There are 16 teams of three, one for baccarat, one for roulette and one for blackjack. Ten of these teams are from Macau and six of the teams are from the region around here and include teams from Singapore, Philippines and Cambodia.
The participating properties will have at least one competitor going through to the final rounds as long as customer service features as a common denominator.
The prize giving will be held today at 17:00.
The event is organized by Global Gaming Expo/Reed Exhibitions and Asia Gaming Brief, which is having its opening edition at G2E Asia this year.
The idea is for Macau to host a quality annual event that promotes the front line of the industry as well as the promotion of responsible gaming and corporate social responsibility.
Timetable for May 21st:
• 10:30 to 12:00 – quarter finals
• 13:00 to 14:00 – semi-finals
• 14:00 to 14:20 – finals for blackjack
• 14:30 to 14:50 – finals for roulette
• 15:00 to 15:30 – finals for baccarat
• 17:00 to 19:00 – awards ceremony
The AADC will award the winning dealers with an individual champion trophy for the first and second places for each game in two separate categories, which are Macau and All Asia.
The teams from Macau are:
• Sands China Ltd
• Melco crown Entertainment
• Wynn Macau
• MGM Macau
Regional teams include:
• NagaWorld – Cambodia
• Marina Bay Sands – Singapore
• Solaire resort and Casino – Philippines
• Resorts World Manila – Philippines
• City of Dreams Manila – Philippines
• Resorts World Sentosa – Singapore
The event will be taking place at G2E Asia, The Venetian Macao exhibition Centre. It opens today at 10:00am till 4pm.