Illinois Casinos Revenue Tick Higher To $116 Million In October
Illinois Casinos Revenue Tick Higher To $116 million in October. Rivers Casino reported slightly declining figures for the fourth consecutive month. Table games revenue rose 6.2% to a 2022-best $30.4 million. Overall slot revenue inched 0.5% higher to $85.6 million, and VGT revenue increased 4.1% in the same month to $234. 6 million and is the highest since April's $243.8 million generated.
Illinois Casinos Revenue Tick Higher To $116 million in October. Table games revenue for October was up by 13.3% to $11.6 million. Rivers Casino accounted for more than 60% of the state’s overall table games revenues. Grand Victoria Casino was the only venue besides Rivers to finish with at least $10 million of slots revenue. Hard Rock narrowly missed its second month of $5 million revenue at its temporary facility. Argosy Casino in Alton reported a 13% increase in slots. Par-A-Dice Casino had a 9.2% rise in slot revenue to almost $4.4 million, and Rivers had small decline of less than 1% to $27.9 million
The total amount of money entered into VGTs increased 3.5% to $907.4 million. The state reaped slightly more than $68 million in tax receipts for October. Local municipalities received more $11.7 million for the same period.