Atlantic City Casinos Revenue Down for September

By: Chris Woodgate     Date: 11th October 2013

Atlantic Club Casino was the only casino to increase its year-on-year revenue this month

Atlantic Club Casino was the only casino to increase its year-on-year revenue this month

The revenue figures for Atlantic City land-based casinos have seen a 12% year-on-year decrease after a poor month.

The revenue figures for Atlantic City land-based casinos have seen a 12% year-on-year decrease after a poor month.
The twelve casinos that are situated within Atlantic City including the Atlantic Club, Hurrah’s, Caesars and Revel Casino won $240.2 million from players during the month of September and that is a 12.9% decrease for the same period of time during September 2012.
Table games revenue took a massive hit this month generating only $62.9 million. That is a year-on-year decrease of 19%. Slots revenue also suffered a decrease but it was not at such a high level as the table games. Slots brought in $177.3 million that saw a decrease in revenue of 10.6%.
Regulators for New Jersey gambling stated that the reason for slots bringing in less revenue was the fact that players bet almost $4 million less in promotional credits during September.
Out of all the twelve casinos located in Atlantic City, only the Atlantic Club Casino recorded positive news with a 4% increase in revenue to $12.3 millionThe revenue figures for Atlantic City land-based casinos have seen a 12% year-on-year decrease after a poor month.

The twelve casinos that are situated within Atlantic City including the Atlantic Club, Hurrah’s, Caesars and Revel Casino won $240.2 million from players during the month of September and that is a 12.9% decrease for the same period of time during September 2012.

Table games revenue took a massive hit this month generating only $62.9 million. That is a year-on-year decrease of 19%. Slots revenue also suffered a decrease but it was not at such a high level as the table games. Slots brought in $177.3 million that saw a decrease in revenue of 10.6%.

Regulators for New Jersey gambling stated that the reason for slots bringing in less revenue was the fact that players bet almost $4 million less in promotional credits during September.

Out of all the twelve casinos located in Atlantic City, only the Atlantic Club Casino recorded positive news with a 4% increase in revenue to $12.3 million.

 

 

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