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Las Vegas Sphere loses $98.4m since opening

The world’s largest spherical structure, the Las Vegas Sphere, has reported a loss of $98.4 million.

Las Vegas Sphere loses $98.4m since opening

The MSG Sphere in Las Vegas, a colossal spherical marvel valued at US$2.3 billion, opened with an epic concert by the iconic band U2. This gigantic structure, set to permanently transform the live entertainment experience, captivated the world with its state-of-the-art architecture and a dazzling 53,900 square metre LED screen.

The MSG Sphere, now the world’s largest sphere, has emerged as a new attraction in Sin City since it opened its doors on 29 September, offering a unique space for concerts and sporting events. Despite all the hype, The Sphere in Las Vegas reported an operating loss of $98.4 million for the quarter ending 30 September.

he monumental sphere, 112 metres high and 157 metres wide, is the largest spherical structure in the world.

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