Thursday, December 25, 2014

Atlantic City's March casino revenues fall

Excluding the Atlantic Club, which closed in January, Atlantic City casinos posted a 1.9 percent decline in gambling revenue in March, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reported.
Excluding the Atlantic Club, which closed in January, Atlantic City casinos posted a 1.9 percent decline in gambling revenue in March, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reported. AP

Excluding the Atlantic Club, which closed in January, Atlantic City casinos posted a 1.9 percent decline in gambling revenue in March, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reported.

The casinos' total gambling revenue was $221.5 million in March, compared to $225.87 million the previous year.

Internet gambling, which started in November, generated $11.9 million in revenue in March, up 15 percent from $10.3 million in February. - Harold Brubaker

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