MGM Resorts International gets Extension Of Macau Gaming Sub-Concession To June 2022

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“We are grateful for the support of the Macau government to have authorized and extended our sub-concession to now align with the rest of the market,” said Jim Murren, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of MGM Resorts and Chairperson of MGM China. “We continue to believe in the long-term success of Macau. As the region continues to grow into an international leisure and tourism destination, MGM China remains committed to supporting this vision through our one-of-a-kind experiences in art, entertainment, and diverse food and beverage programming, as well as our stunning Mansion villas at MGM Cotai, which open later this month.”

MGM Resorts International announced today that on March 14, 2019, MGM Grand Paradise Limited , a wholly owned subsidiary of MGM China Holdings Limited ), an indirect majority-owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts, and Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A.entered into a Sub-Concession Extension Contract (the “Extension Agreement”), pursuant to which the gaming sub-concession of MGM Grand Paradise, which is due to expire on March 31, 2020, would be extended to June 26, 2022, which coincides with the expiration date of all the other concessionaires and sub-concessionaires.

In connection with the extension, MGM Grand Paradise will pay the government of Macau MOP200 million (equivalent to approximately HK$194.17 million or US$24.73 million) upon signing of the Extension Agreement as contract premium for such extension.

In addition, on March 14, 2019, MGM Grand Paradise also executed the MGM SJM Agreement with SJMSA, pursuant to which MGM Grand Paradise shall pay SJMSA an amount of MOP20 million (equivalent to approximately HK$19.42 million or US$2.47 million) in connection of the extension of the sub-concession

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