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22 Jul 2015
Construction Start:
Aug 2018
16 ha
Cabo Verde Resorts, Macau Legend Development Ltd
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  1. The project was supposed to be completed in 3 years. Construction began in August 2018, but due to the COVID-19, the resort is expected to be finished in 2021.

    Land concession for the project is 75 years. The Group has been granted a 25 years gaming concession on Santiago Island (of which the first 15 years are on an exclusive basis). In addition, the Group has been granted an exclusive nationwide operation of online gaming, physical and online sports betting for a period of 10 years from the commencement of the operation of the online gaming business by the Group in Cape Verde.

  2. Covid Delay:

    Macau Legend group´s casino resort in Praia, Cabo Verde, is going ahead, but is likely to face delays because of the covid-19 pandemic, according to the Tourism minister, Carlos Santos.

    The company is “continuing with the works” on the ground, but “obviously at this moment, with the pandemic, there was a slowdown”, Santos told Lusa news agency in an interview. “But we have not had any contrary information, that there is abandonment, and we understand that that work is to continue, because it is a large investment”, he added.

    “There will probably have to be a delay there, precisely because of the halts that existed. But we are hopeful that with regard to large investments, things will continue”, the minister said.

  3. Casino services firm Macau Legend Development Ltd officially began construction of its EUR250-million (US$283-million) casino resort in the African island nation of Cape Verde, according to media reports.

    A ceremony to mark the event was held on Monday, attended by David Chow Kam Fai, co-chairman and chief executive of Macau Legend, and by Cape Verde’s Prime Minister, José Maria Neves.

    “This project will allow tourism in Cape Verde to reach new heights,” Mr Neves said during the event, quoted by Portuguese news agency Lusa. He added that the government’s goal was to increase the number of annual tourist arrivals to the country from the current 600,000 to about 2 million over the next few years.

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    Macau Legend Cape Verde

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