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Las Vegas Sands' 5 divisions are expected to make $14.7 billion for the full-year 2020
(1) Casino $10.5 billion (71%),
(2) Rooms $1.9 billion (13%),
(3) Food and Beverage $949 million (6%),
(4) Mall $757 million (5%), and
(5) Convention, retail, and other $682 million (5%)
Las Vegas Sands' Business Model
What Need Does It Serve?
Las Vegas Sands is a leading developer of integrated resorts, with five casino properties in Macau, one in Singapore and one in Las Vegas.
Despite the company’s origins in the U.S., it generates a bulk of its revenues from Macau and Singapore properties.
It operates in Macau and Singapore through its two subsidiaries, Sands China Limited (SCL) and Marina Bay Sands Pte. Limited (MBS), respectively.
Has 5 Reported Divisions-
Though the company reports the operating performance of each individual property separately, its net revenues can be classified into five broad categories.
1. Casino: It includes income from regulated gambling activities at the company’s properties.
2. Rooms: It includes income from visitors/tourists who lodge in the company’s properties.
3. Food and Beverage: It includes income from food and beverage sales at the company’s properties.
4. Mall: It includes rental income from retail stores at the company’s properties.
5. Convention, Retail and Other: It includes income from business conventions at the company’s properties.
What Are The Alternatives?
Other casino companies such as Wynn Resorts, MGM Resorts, Caesars, Eldorado, Melco Crown, SJM, and Galaxy Entertainment are major competitors.
What Is The Basis of Competition?
Competition is based on property location, promotional offerings, brand reputation, and license agreement.
Las Vegas Sands' Net Revenues have grown from $11.3 billion in 2016 to $13.7 billion in 2018, and is expected to grow by 7% to around $14.7 billion in 2 years
% Change In Net Revenues
How Does Las Vegas Sands' Net Revenues Compare With The Peers
Net Revenue growth of about $1 billion over the next two years to be majorly driven by (1) Casino ($648 million), and (2) Room ($148 million) Revenues
Sands has added $2.5 billion to its revenues over the last two years.
The growing mass market gaming segment in Macau is likely to be the major contributing factor of Sands' revenue growth in 2020.
Net Revenues (A+B+C+D+E)
Food and beverage (C)
Convention, retail and other (E)
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