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Atlantic City had another bad month, as the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced that the coastal gaming city saw its revenues dip by 12.1% in April when compared with the same period of 2012.
All twelve of the city's casinos took in a cumulative $228.5 million in revenue, with slot machines bringing in $161.7 million and table games bringing in $66.8 million. Those numbers represent a 14.4% drop in slot revenues and a 6% drop in table games.
Gaming revenues for the month were affected by a 16% decrease gaming promo credits that were given during the month when compared with April 2012.
For the first third of the year, Atlantic City has brought in $884.6 million, which is down 12.1% when compared with 2012.