The seven remaining casinos in Atlantic City saw their total gaming win drop in November.
US.- According to the New Jersey Division Of Gaming Enforcement, the seven Atlantic City casinos experienced a 3.5 percent fall year-on-year whilst reporting US$197 million. The November results are the first ones since the Trump Taj Mahal closed its doors in October.
Land-based casino win for November experienced an even further fall since it reported a 5.8 percent down year-on-year at US$180 million. Despite the bad results, it represents a 1 percent growth from October. The Tropicana Casino And Resort Atlantic City posted a US$25.3 million profit, also a 12.1 percent growth year-on-year in land-based casino win. The Caesars Entertainment Corporation casino, Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel And Casino, reported a 6.6 percent rise to US$16.2 million.
Furthermore, the Golden Nugget Atlantic City showed a 2.7 percent year-on-year increase in land-based casino win to US$16.75 million, whilst the Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City posted US$30.8 million in incomes, a 2.4 percent improvement. On the other hand, Borgata Hotel Casino And Spa experienced a 0.2 percent fall to US$57 million, and Caesars Atlantic City went through a 12.4 percent decline to US$21.3 million.