Indiana Casino Revenue Ticks Down To $204 Million In September

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Indiana Casino Revenue Ticks Down To $204 Million In September
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Indiana Gaming Commission reports $204 million in casino gaming win for September. It's the third consecutive month in which overall win topped $200 million. The taxable adjusted revenue after free play and other deductions for the month was $186.9 million, which was 0.3% lower than August's $187.5 million figure.

Indiana Casino Revenue Ticks Down To $204 million In September. Hard Rock Northern Indiana again did the double for revenue, leading in both table games and slots with a combined total of $36.6 million. Baccarat revenue more than doubled the previous month’s total. Horseshoe Hammond had its table game revenue plunge 21.8% compared to August.

Horseshoe Indianapolis was one of three venues to surpass $20 million in slots and EGD revenue. Horsshoe Hammond had the most EGDs with 1,704, accounting for nearly 12% of the 14,505 games played in Indiana. Hard Rock ranked fourth in per-position revenue at $14,396. Caesars Southern Indiana and Harrah’s Hoosier Park came in third and fourth.

Indiana Casino Revenue Ticks Down To $204 million In September. Hard Rock, Horseshoe Hammond and Ameristar Casino remain a major source of casino revenue for Indiana.

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