Is Caesars Entertainment Angling to Open a Macau Casino? By Rich Duprey, The Motley Fool September 26, 2018 at 6:00 am Caesars Entertainment looks to finally be establishing a presence in Macau, registering its Flamingo and Cromwell properties for trademark protection there. With international markets the focus of the casino operator’s post-bankruptcy plans, and the potential for new licenses to be issued by Macau regulators during the upcoming concession renewals, Caesars appears to be getting its ducks in a row. When Macau issued gaming concessions in 2002, Caesars backed out of entering the market because it didn’t think gambling in China would be profitable. Now that the one-year anniversary of its emergence from bankruptcy is fast approaching, Caesars has made it clear that it wants to seize more global opportunities. Caesars wants one of the three gaming licenses Japan will soon issue, saying it will “invest whatever it takes” should it win one.