Andy Choy is the property president of Altira Macau and Mocha Clubs.Mr. Choy has over 10 years of direct involvement in a broad set of gaming industry disciplines. He has worked with the entire spectrum of properties from stand-alone local casinos to major Las Vegas Strip properties to international five-star integrated resorts. Prior to this new role, Mr. Choy served as the Chief Gaming Officer for Melco International, the single largest shareholder of MCE, with responsibility for the Melco Group’s growth through development opportunities in the gaming sector. He has been recently listed as one of the “25 People to Watch 2017 in the Gaming Industry” by Global Gaming Business.
Andy Choy, property president of Altira Macau and Mocha Clubs plans to revamp the food and beverage offerings at the property and will be re-positioning the Mocha Club, Macau Business reports. Choy revealed the future of the boutique hotel in an interview with MB, released on Wednesday. Noting the transition towards the mass market, Choy […]
Melco Crown’s latest leadership appointments represent a “significant change” in its operational organizational structure, said Bernstein in a note on Monday. Last week, Melco Crown Entertainment announced a number of new appointments to its leadership team, including chief marketing and brand officer Mr Frederic Winckler; new property president of City of Dreams, Macau, Gabriel Hunterton; […]
Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd. has announced a number of new appointments to its leadership team, including chief marketing and brand officer Mr Frederic Winckler, said the operator in a recent press release. Winckler has been appointed in the newly created role of chief marketing and brand officer responsible for the marketing and branding of all […]
The number of casinos in Asia-Pacific will increase to around 230 in the next five to seven years, but it is not enough, said industry experts. “Casinos in this region is far underweight,” said Andy Choy, Melco International Development’s chief gaming officer during the G2E conference on Tuesday. “To put this into perspective – United […]
Asia’s casino markets are being held back by a lack of regulation, rather than lack of demand, with the underlying drivers for growth, such as under penetration, a rapidly growing middle class and strong propensity to gamble still intact. That was the message from speakers at the G2E Asia conference in Macau this week, with analysts bullish on the prospects for the region despite the current market downturn.