The state’s 10 casinos and two racinos posted a cumulative win of $206.6m, a 1.3 per cent decline from August’s $209.3m.
US.- The Indiana Gaming Commission has released its monthly report showing casino revenue for September. The cumulative win of the two racinos and 10 casinos was $206.6m, a drop of 1.3 per cent from August’s $209.3m. Casinos reported free-play revenue of $12.1m. Free-play revenue for August was $12.6m.
Although the net win declined, Indiana reported $39.6m in taxes, which is an increase of 24.3 per cent compared to August’s $31.8m. When adding supplemental and sports wagering taxes, the state received nearly $47m last month, close to 25 per cent more than the $37.6m in August.
The $3.2m in sports wagering taxes in September 2021 was more than double the $1.5m collected in August. Last month, Indiana’s retail and online sportsbooks generated a record-breaking $355.4m in wagers and $33.3m in revenue.
In terms of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) in September, Horseshoe Hammond ranked first and Hard Rock Northern Indiana came second. Their combined AGR for September was $59m.
Slots generated $167.8m, 1.8 per cent lower than August. Harrah’s Hoosier Park and Indiana Grand, the two racinos in Indiana, ranked first and second for average revenue per slot. Indiana Grand’s average was $14,604 from a total of 1,541 slots, which resulted in a $22.5m profit. Harrah’s Hoosier Park’s average per slot was $15,651.
Nine out of 12 gaming facilities in Indiana had eight-figure numbers for slots and six of them exceeded $15m. The average revenue per slot statewide was $11,306, down 1.1 per cent from August’s $11,426.
For table games, the revenue from a total of 628 tables was just under $38.9m, up 1.2 per cent from August’s $38.4m.