New Orleans casino revenue jumps 46% in July

New Orleans casinos reported much higher revenue after returning to full capacity.
New Orleans casinos reported much higher revenue after returning to full capacity.

New Orleans casinos posted revenue of $52.1m in July, up 46 per cent year-on-year.

US.- New Orleans casinos together reported revenue of $52.1m last month, up 46 per cent year-on-year since venues were restricted to 50 per cent capacity in July 2020.

Harrah’s nearly doubled its July 2020 revenue, with a 98 per cent increase from $13m to $25.7m. It was followed by Boomtown (up 10 per cent to $11m), Fair Grounds (up 25.2 per cent to $3.9m) and Treasure Chest (up 14.2 per cent to $8m). Amelia Belle was last with $3.5m but second in terms of growth, with revenue up 34.2 per cent.

Statewide, revenue from all casinos, racinos and riverboat venues in Louisiana totalled $222m in July, up about 25 per cent year-on-year, according to the Louisiana Gaming Control Board.

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