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The new dip of revenues is by 6.3 percent
The New Jersey gambling authorities’ latest figures show for the embattled Atlantic City casinos no relief. Nearly all of the casinos showed revenues decline during the month of September as compared with September 2011, a 6.3 percent record dip in revenues showed the gambling enclave.
At the Atlantic City casinos, the revenues from slots and table games went down to $276 million regardless the additional extra weekend that this year has.
Optimism was deflated by the new numbers on the statistics in August, on year-on-year basis, which demonstrated a 12.6 percent improvement on 2011. Later this was seen as misleading though, because of the 2011’s comparative figure including a hurricane shutdown of three days.
By 3.2 percent and to $198.4 million slipped the wins from slots, show the revenues of September after digging into the details. A more serious dive took the table game win with over 13.5% to $77.6 million.
The 2012’s now completed three quarters, on a year-on-year basis show total revenue decline to $2.4 billion by 4.8 percent.