Despite continuing Covid-19 restrictions, Indiana casinos generated US$211.7m in revenue in April, up 19 per cent against April 2019.
US.- Indiana casino revenue was up in April despite some continued Covid-19 countermeasures in the state.
Casinos posted $211.7m revenue. The figure can’t be compared to the previous year as gaming venues were closed between March 16 and June 15, 2020, but the figure was up 19 per cent against April 2019, when there were no restrictions on operations.
The Horseshoe Casino in Hammond led the way with $38.2m in revenue, followed by the Ameristar Casino in East Chicago ($27.7m), Blue Chip Casino in Michigan City ($13.2m), and Majestic Star ($6.9m).