Indiana Casinos Claim Over $235M In Revenue For March

Indiana Casinos Claim Over $235M In Revenue For March

The Indiana Gaming Commission reports the state's 10 casinos and two racinos generated more than $235 million in revenue for March. It's the highest monthly revenue total of any month since March 2013. Hard Rock Northern Indiana did not open until last May. The state received $67.8 million through wagering taxes and an additional $4. 8 million via supplemental taxes accrued. Sports wagers produced $32.3 million and more $3.5 million of Hoosier State tax receipts.

Hard Rock Northern Indiana made $38.5 million in gross revenue for March. It was the only venue to reach eight figures in table games revenue with $12.3 million. Horseshoe Hammond, Caesars Southern Indiana, and Indiana Grand made more than $5M in March, while the statewide share of revenue derived from table game was $45.4M.

Ameristar, Hard Rock and Horseshoe casinos near the Illinois state line generated $92.9 million in revenue for March. Chicago is in the process of selecting a finalist for a downtown casino license.

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