Revenues rise in Connecticut tribal casinos

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Tribal casinos in the Constitution State reported a hike in slot revenues during March’s operations.

US.- Casinos owned by Connecticut tribes reported a slot revenue increase during last month’s operations. According to a monthly slot distribution report carried out by the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, Mohegan Sun Casino collected more than US$54.8 million in revenue during March 2018.

Total slot machine revenue was US$54.8 million, 4.22 per cent more than the US$52.6 million recorded by the casino in March 2017. The amount wagered before player pay-outs was US$682.5 million, up from US$644.4 million in 2017.

According to Foxwoods representatives, Foxwoods Resort Casino’s total revenue for March stood at US$43.6 million, a 12.7 per cent increase compared to the same month last year, when revenue totalled US$38.7 million. Casino handle was US$516 million, a 4.4 per cent increase from March 2017, when US$494.5 million was spent on slot machines.