Crown delays opening Sydney high roller casino after

Crown Resorts will push ahead with opening gaming floors in its Barangaroo casino in less than two months, despite evidence before a regulator's inquiry casting serious doubt over its future Crown ‘needs remediation plan’ before Barangaroo casino opening, NSW Inquiry told Crown Resorts is still planning to open its casino at Barangaroo on December 14. Picture: NCA NewsWire Crown’s Barangaroo casino hit with major setback The NSW gaming regulator has delayed the opening of the gaming area at Crown’s Barangaroo casino until the release of the Casino inquiry next year. Crown Resorts will open “non-gaming operations” at its new high-roller casino at Sydney’s Barangaroo in less than a fortnight after New South Wales authorities granted the company an interim Crown Resorts has been ordered to delay the opening of its high roller casino at Barangaroo until after 1 February, when a report into its suitability to hold a gaming licence is due. Thats all from Trading Day. The SPASX 200 closed at a 9-month high after banks rallied, while trade in Crown Resorts was halted before it was told to delay the opening of its Sydney casino. The Billionaire gaming mogul James Packer’s Crown casino is “unfit” to operate a new casino at Barangaroo, the public inquiry into the licence has been told today. As midnight approached on Tuesday, lawyers for Crown Resorts sent an email. Crown's Barangaroo casino blocked from opening over money laundering concerns By Patrick Hatch and Alexandra Smith Updated November 18, 2020 — 3.48pm first published at 11.53am

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