SINGAPORE - Only 7.7 per cent of locals in Singapore made more than one visit to the two casinos here in the past three years, said the Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA).
The figures are made public for the first time in CRA's latest annual report. The authority does not give a further breakdown on the number of times this group of locals made to the casinos.
The total number of visits to the casinos by Singaporeans and permanent residents has also dropped, in a sign that the novelty factor could be wearing off, said CRA chairman Richard Magnus in his foreword of the report.
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