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The twelve land based casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey had an abysmal month of March, seeing its collective revenues drop by 10.5% when compared to the same period in 2012.
Collectively the twelve casinos brought in $238.5 million for the month, with $173 million of that being generated by slot machines and the other $65.6 million coming from table games. Those numbers represent a 10% and 13% decline from 2012 respectively.
The Trump Plaza Hotel Casino had the worst month out of all twelve spots, bringing in just $6.8 million in revenue, a drop of 31% from March 2012. The Atlantic Club, which is in the process of being acquired by PokerStars owners The Rational Group, saw the only increase in revenues. The troubled casino brought in $12.6 million for the month, a rise of 33% from 2012.
The first quarter of 2013 has seen the casinos bring in $656 million in revenues, which is down 12% from the previous year.