Hard Rock Piles Up $372M In First Year Of Operations In Indiana

Hard Rock Piles Up $372M In First Year Of Operations In Indiana

Hard Rock's $300 million casino in Gary, Indiana, generated $372 million in first year of operations. The state-best $38.2 million was earned in April. Indiana casinos have generated more than $257 million this year.   The total is $42.6 million more in the first four months of 2021. It's the highest amount since the start of the year in 2010.

Hard Rock is trying to repatriate at least $190 million of the $331 million in annual casino gaming revenue it estimates goes to Indiana. Hard Rock has added to its gaming bulwark in Northwest Indiana with Ameristar Casino and Horseshoe Hammond. Baccarat generated $293.7 million for Hard Rook in its first year of operation. Hard earned $55. 7 million from table games in April.

Hard Rock in Indiana made $372 million in first year of operations. Horseshoe Hammond, Indiana Grand, and Caesars Southern Indiana also surpassed $5 million. Bally's in Evansville was a distant second in average table games win at $72,296. Caeresars and Hourseshoes generate at least 20% of their total win from table game. IndianaGrand pulled off the EGD double of most revenue at $26.4 million and highest average per position at$17,100.

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