Earlier this year, Crown Resorts had to shut its Melbourne and Perth casinos amid coronavirus measures. File photo: ReutersEarlier this year, Crown Resorts had to shut its Melbourne and Perth casinos amid coronavirus measures. File photo: Reuters
Earlier this year, Crown Resorts had to shut its Melbourne and Perth casinos amid coronavirus measures. File photo: Reuters

With Chinese tourists gone, Australia’s Crown Resorts casino draws local gamblers

  • Crown previously pegged its future to Chinese high rollers visiting its casinos in Melbourne and Perth
  • But with borders shut, its net profit has plunged to US$57.5 million for the year to end-June, down from US$290.7 million last year

Topic |   Australia
Earlier this year, Crown Resorts had to shut its Melbourne and Perth casinos amid coronavirus measures. File photo: ReutersEarlier this year, Crown Resorts had to shut its Melbourne and Perth casinos amid coronavirus measures. File photo: Reuters
Earlier this year, Crown Resorts had to shut its Melbourne and Perth casinos amid coronavirus measures. File photo: Reuters
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