NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Wynn Resorts (WYNN) is having a land deal in China examined by Macau's corruption agency relating to Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn's upcoming $4 billion casino there, Reuters reports.
The anti-graft body is investigating after the U.S.-based International Union of Operating Engineers asked the Macau government to provide more details on how a little-known company secured rights to land before it was granted to Wynn, Reuters said.
The land is now part of Macau's multi-billion-dollar gambling precinct known as the Cotai Strip, where Wynn's Wynn Macau Ltd is set to open its second casino resort in 2016.
Wynn Resorts told Reuters it had not been contacted by any government agencies on the issue but "would fully cooperate."
Shares of Wynn are up 0.40% to $204. in pre-market trade.