Kansas state-owned casino revenues fall 28 per cent in 2020

The state-owned casinos continue to operate at reduced capacity.
The state-owned casinos continue to operate at reduced capacity.

The four casinos reported revenue of $300m for the full year.

US.- The four state-owned casinos in Kansas have reported that revenue was down 28 per cent year-on-year to $300m for full-year 2020.

Casinos were closed from March 17 until May 22 because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Since reopening, they have been operating at reduced capacity.

Kansas Star casino in Mulvane has reduced its 1,650 slot machines and 62 gaming tables to 900 slots and 44 tables. Poker rooms at all four venues remain closed due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Hollywood Casino in Kansas City saw the biggest loss in revenue, down 35 per cent year-on-year to $99m in 2020.

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