Dallmeier video security technology for City of Dreams
An interview with Surveillance Director Leroy Daniel
This interview was conducted by Willy Allison before the grand opening of the City of Dreams.
Leroy Daniel is a casino industry professional with 16 years experience. He has been involved in eight casino pre-opening projects spanning several multi-lingual & regulatory jurisdictions in a surveillance or security capacity. Having just come from a highly successful opening at Crown Macau (which went on to become the highest volume VIP rolling chip casino in the world) as Surveillance Director, he now takes on the role of Director of Surveillance at the new City of Dreams Casino Project in Macau, once again under Melco Crown Entertainment Limited.
Melco Crown Entertainment Limited (NASDAQ: MPEL), a company listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market, is a developer and owner of casino gaming and entertainment resort facilities focusing on the rapidly expanding gaming market found in Macau. Melco Crown Entertainment Limited operates its superbly designed and managed facilities through its Macau subsidiary Melco Crown Gaming, one of six companies granted concessions or sub-concessions to operate casinos in the former Portuguese enclave of Macau.
After Crown Macau, the Group's next trump card, City of Dreams, will be a “must experience” integrated urban entertainment resort that will combine electrifying entertainment, stylish nightclubs, an amazing array of accommodation options, top-notch regional and international dining, world-class shopping as well as a spacious and contemporary casino. The initial opening was in June 2009, and fully opened, City of Dreams offers approximately 2,200 guest rooms, a wide range of restaurants and bars, an impressive array of some of the world’s most sought-after retail brands, a kaleidoscope of entertainment options including The Bubble, a spectacular multi-media attraction and a Dragone inspired theatre production, and casino gaming entertainment of approximately 550 gaming tables and approximately 1,500 gaming machines.