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The Centrium

36th Floor

60 Wyndham Street


Hong Kong

Phone: 852 2598 3600

Fax: 852 2537 3618

ing market outside of Macau. The property’s total gross floor area is approximately 300,100 square meters (equivalent to approximately 3.2 million square feet). The company is authorized by Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation to operate up to approximately 1,700 slot machines; 1,700 electronic table games; and 380 gaming tables. As of December 31, 2015, the company operated approximately 1,579 slot machines; 83 electronic table games; and 261 gaming tables. City of Dreams Manila has 3 hotels comprising Crown Towers hotel, Nobu Hotel and Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, with approximately 950 rooms in aggregate. City of Dreams Manila has three separate entertainment venues, such as DreamPlay by DreamWorks, a family entertainment center, which officially opened in June 2015; CenterPlay, a live performance central lounge within the casino; and Chaos and Pangaea Ultra-Lounge, two night clubs encapsulated within the Fortune Egg. City of Dreams Manila also has a retail boulevard, The Shops at the Boulevard, which is a retail strip interspersed within the food and beverage areas to provide customers with a range of shopping opportunities. Other Premises Taipa Square Casino premises, including the fit-out and gaming related equipment, are located on the ground floor and level one within Hotel Taipa Square in Macau and having a floor area of approximately 1,760 square meters (equivalent to approximately 18,950 square feet). The company operates Taipa Square Casino under a right-to-use agreement with the owner, Hotel Taipa Square (Macao) Company Limited. Customers The company intends to cater to a range of customers through its various gaming and non-gaming facilities and amenities across its major existing operating properties. Non-Gaming Patrons: In addition to its mass market and rolling chip gaming offerings, City of Dreams offers visitors to Macau a range of multi-dimensional entertainment amenities, three international hotel brands, as well as a selection of restaurants, bars and retail outlets. Altira Macau is tailored to meet the cultural preferences and expectations of the Asian rolling chip patrons. Mocha Clubs are targeted to deliver a relaxed cafe-style non-casino based electronic gaming experience. Studio City is designated to target mass market players. Gaming Patrons: The company’s gaming patrons include rolling chip players and mass market players. Mass market players are non-rolling chip players. Mass market players are further classified as general mass market and premium mass market players. Rolling chip players at the company’s casinos are patrons who participate in its in-house rolling chip programs or in the rolling chip programs of its gaming promoters, also known as junket operators. The company’s rolling chip players play primarily in its VIP rooms or designated gaming areas. Gaming Promoters: A portion of the company’s rolling chip play is brought to the company by gaming promoters, also known as junket operators. As of December 31, 2015, the company had agreements in place with 20 gaming promoters in the Philippines. Intellectual Property The company has applied for or registered various trademarks, including Altira, Mocha Club, City of Dreams, City of Dreams Manila, Studio City, Melco Crown Entertainment, and Melco Crown Philippines in, as the case might be, Macau, the Philippines, and other jurisdictions. Regulations The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prohibits the company and its employees and agents from offering or giving money or any other item of value to win or retain business or to influence any act or decision of any foreign official. Competition The company’s regional competitors include Crown’s Crown Melbourne Limited in Melbourne, Australia and Crown Perth in Perth, Australia. History The company was incorporated in 2004 as an exempted company with limited liability under the laws of the Cayman Islands and registered as an oversea company under the laws of Hong Kong in 2006. It was formerly known as Melco PBL Entertainment (Macau) Limited and changed its name to Melco Crown Entertainment Limited in 2008.


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