Illinois Casino Revenue Slips To $116.6 Million For May
Illinois Gaming Board reports $116.6 million in casino gaming revenue for May. Table games revenue ticked higher to more than $30 million for the first time in 2022. Slots and EGD revenue was 6.8% less than in the previous month. The state collected $22.7 million and local municipalities received $6. 6 million.
Illinois Casino Revenue Slips To $116.6 million for May. Rivers is the largest revenue generator among the state's 11 casinos. Grand Victoria Casino in Elgin is only venue to account for more than 10% of the total revenue. Hard Rock is fourth in per-admission EGD revenue with $122.14. Rivers is seventh in EGDs per admission at $111.30. Harrah's Joliet is top in the EGd revenue per entry with more $9.1 million.
Illinois Casino Revenue Slips To $116.6 million for May. Revenue from video gaming terminal play (VGTs) also tailed off in May, with a 5.3% decline from April’s $243.8 million. The number of terminals statewide increased to 42,965 as 394 more units were put into operation.