Atlantic City Casino Revenue Slips Again for March, But Internet Gambling is Up

Atlantic City’s casinos are down again. The 7 operating casinos have seen revenue declines for the past few months. Total revenue was down 1.5 % for March 2018.

Good news for casinos, bad news for local business: Those who stayed home to gamble online, helped make up some of that loss. Internet gaming revenue was up 17% from March 2017.

  • Golden Nugget continues to amaze. Up 24%, year over year.
  • Caesars was the biggest loser. Down 25%, year over year.
  • As usual, Borgata was the top money maker, pulling in $65 million.
  • Harrah’s was up 7 %.
  • Resorts was down 9.2 %.
  • Both Tropicana & Bally’s were down 7.3 %
  • Caesars Interactive-NJ was up 40%

For the first quarter of 2018, Atlantic City’s casinos are down 6%, year over year.

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