Steve Wolstenholme

    Steve Wolstenholme is the chief operating officer of Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment and president of Okada Manila. He is responsible for overseeing the business and leading the group towards the opening of the newest Manila resort and casino complex targeted for December 2016. Prior to joining Tiger Resort, Wolstenholme served as president and COO of Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada.

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    First round of tax changes won’t bite, but second may sting

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte late last year signed into law the first steps in a long-awaited tax reform program to raise funds to improve infrastructure, which analysts say will dampen consumer spending, but are unlikely to hurt the booming gambling industry. However, a second round of measures, expected later this month, may contain more of a sting and operators are watching the bill closely.

    Destination as a revenue driver

    Okada Manila, owned by Japan’s Universal Entertainment, is the new comer to Entertainment City, holding a soft opening for the resort in late 2016. At 44 hectares, the property is by far the biggest in the complex and the rollout of hotels and other facilities is continuing. At its completion of Phase One, Okada will have 994 hotel rooms and operate 500 tables and about 3,000 slots. Its centrepiece is the world’s largest coloured fountain, as well as a giant inner city beach complex, known as “Cove Manila”. Managing Director Steve Wolstenholme spoke to AGB about the progress of the rollout and his optimism about non-gaming opportunities in the Philippines.

    Tiger Resorts counts on local potential, with a Japanese twist

    As Tiger Resort Leisure & Entertainment's property in the Philippines begins to take its place on the Manila skyline, the sheer size and scale of the project is becoming apparent. The resort will be the third to open in the Entertainment City gaming hub and will be the biggest so far, on a site of about 44 hectares. The project stems from the vision of Japanese tycoon Kazuo Okada, who has a long association with the Philippines and a long-term faith in its future potential. AGB recently sat down with Tiger president Steve Wolstenholme who provided an update on progress and why he's so enthusiastic.
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