Gaming Revenue Declines In May


Posted on: June 8th, 2016 by [email protected] No Comments

The Indiana Gaming Commission says monthly revenue at Indiana casinos decreased in May. The state reports adjusted gross revenue was $184 million, down from $199 million during the same month last year. Of the state’s 13 gaming operations, only two reported increases in revenue. Horseshoe Hammond Casino saw the biggest dip in the state, dropping $4.2 million to $34 million last month. Ameristar Casino Hotel in East Chicago fell $3.5 million to just under $18 million.



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