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The New Jersey coastal gaming town of Atlantic City had yet another rough month, with its June gaming revenues down 12.6% from the same period in 2012.
For the month, Atlantic City brought in $240.2 million. Table games accounted for $61.1 million of this revenue (a 16% drop), while slots brought in $179.1 million (an 11% drop).
The city cited increased competition and the weak economy for the poor results, however the weather is also said to have sabotaged Atlantic City's revenues as well.