A new report revealed that commercial casinos in the United States went through a 7.4 percent gaming win in March.
US.- Casinos in the United States experienced a growth in revenue by almost 7 percent year-over-year in March, as revealed by the University of Nevada Las Vegas Center for Gaming Research. The state currently has 27 percent of the nationwide gaming win.
Whilst it doesn’t include tribal casino’s gaming revenue, the report revealed that Pennsylvania is a close follower of Nevada because it hold the second largest casino market with US$289 million, even if they were flat results. Atlantic City comes next with US$221.8 million in March, a 9.3 percent compared to March 2016. Maryland is still experiencing good results after the opening of MGM National Harbor earlier this year, with a 44.2 percent increase to US$141 million.
The overall results for commercial casinos totaled US$3.7 billion in March, up from the US$3.38 billion reported in January and the US$3.39 in February, a 3.5 and 2 percent increase year-over-year respectively. With these numbers, US casinos finish the first quarter of the year on a good page.