January snow blamed for dip in casino revenue; Hard Rock reports $10M table games revenue

January snow blamed for dip in casino revenue; Hard Rock reports $10M table games revenue

January snowfall hit the region's four casinos. Ameristar Casino in East Chicago, Blue Chip Casino, Hard Rock Northern Indiana in Gary and Horseshoe Hammond raked in $84.05 million in January. This marked a 9.4% drop from December’s $92.74 million haul. Hard Rancher revenue was up 14.7% from $73.29 million year-over-year. It was boosted by a 204% increase at Hard rock after switching from Majestic Stars. The Gary casino took in $30.14 million, but it still led the state in both overall revenues and table game revenues.

January snow blamed for dip in casino revenue. Hard Rock reports $10M table games revenue, according to Karen Caffarini.

Focus Gaming News Focus Gaming News 1 day
@FocusGamingNews

- #Onlinegaming will not affect ’s #casinoindustry, study finds A report from the Indiana Gaming Commission has estimated that in its first year, online casino gaming could bring in revenue of $469m.

 - #Onlinegaming will not affect ’s #casinoindustry, study finds

A report from the Indiana Gaming Commission has estimated that in its first year, online casino gaming could bring in revenue of $469m.
Gambling.com Gambling.com 23 days
@gambling_com

🎸 Hard Rock Sportsbook has gone live in Indiana and Tennessee. Rock on. 💵

CDC Gaming Reports CDC Gaming Reports 17 days
@CDCNewswire

Hard Rock remains Indiana’s top earning casino