Cotai Arena

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Cotai Arena
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Full nameCotaiArena at The Venetian Macao
Former namesVenetian Arena (2007-2010)
LocationCotai, das Ilhas, Macau, China
Coordinates22°08′52″N 113°33′32″E / 22.1477°N 113.5590°E / 22.1477; 113.5590Coordinates: 22°08′52″N 113°33′32″E / 22.1477°N 113.5590°E / 22.1477; 113.5590
OwnerLas Vegas Sands
OperatorLas Vegas Sands
Capacity15,000
Construction
Broke ground26 May 2005 (2005-05-26)
Opened8 April 2007 (2007-28-08)

The Cotai Arena is an indoor arena, located on the premises of The Venetian Macao, on the Cotai Strip, in Macau, China. It opened in 2007 with a seating capacity of 15,000. The arena was known as Venetian Arena from 2007 to 2010, when it was renamed as CotaiArena. It hosts sporting events such as basketball, tennis and boxing, as well as concerts and international televised awards shows.

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