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Mississippi casino revenue falls 18.3 percent in April

Updated:2024-06-18 10:01    Views:163

After a high note in March, Mississippi casino revenue swung into a minor chord in April.

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The state’s 25 casinos posted $192 million in revenue this past month, down more than $40 million compared to March and around $27 million compared to April 2023, according to the latest data from the Mississippi Gaming Commission (MGC).

The MGC’s data only includes action at brick-and-mortar casinos. Online casinos are not legal in Mississippi yet.

Key takeaways:

Casino revenue took a considerable dive month-on-month and year-on-year. Online casinos are likely a long way off in Mississippi. April’s 18.3% revenue dip was the biggest in the past 12 months.

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