July was yet another rough month for Atlantic City, who saw its gaming revenues drop 3.6% for the month down to $297.2 million in revenues.
Financial highlights in the latest report were:
$215.5 million of the revenue came from slot machines
$81.7 million came from table games
The Tropicana Casino and Resort brought in $20.6 million, down 26%
Trump Plaza Hotel Casino fell 25% to $8.1 million
The Showboat Casino Hotel was down 19% to $18.6 million
Bally's Atlantic City was down 14% to $24.2 million
Harrah's Resort was down 10.7% to $34.8 million
Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort was down 10.6% to $26.5 million
Caesars Atlantic City was down 4.6% to $35.2 million
The Atlantic Club was down 3% to $14.2 million
The Golden Nugget Atlantic City was down 1.6% to $13 million.
The Revel Casino Hotel had the best results, generating $23.4 million in revenue, up 33% from the same period last year.
Through the first seven months, Atlantic City has brought in $1.68 million , down 9.6% from 2012.