Atlantic City Sees Revenues Dip 10% In April

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The New Jersey gambling destination Atlantic City saw its revenues fall 10% last month when compared to the same time one year ago, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reported.

Key financial indicators for the month of April in Atlantic City were:

  • Atlantic City's casinos brought in $260.6 million last month, down 10% from the same period in 2011

  • Slot revenue was down 9.2% to $189.5 million

  • The casino with the largest decrease in revenue was The Atlantic Club, which brought in $8.3 million in April, down 41% from the $14.1 million it took in last year

Not all of the casinos had down months, however as the Tropicana Casino and Resort tripled its revenues last month to $26.7 million, up 39%. The Golden Nugget also had a 1% growth with winnings of $11 million.