Las Vegas Sands Chief Executive Sheldon Adelson says he expects the company to continue to outperform the market in the mass table and mass premium market in Macau, after strong fourth-quarter growth. Hold normalized adjusted property EBITDA rose 55.8 percent in the quarter to a record $887.6 million. The mass table win rose 58.3 percent to $1.22 billion. “We have grown faster than the Macau market in mass table games every quarter this year,” Adelson told investors on a conference call. “We see this trend continuing in the future for three reasons, he added, citing growing visitor numbers, improved infrastructure and a wider customer base.