Casinos in Connecticut reported a decline in gaming revenue last month. The
reason behind the decrease is believed to be caused by the winter snow storms.
On Monday, a report was released by the Foxwoods Resort Casino. Revenue from
wagers totaled $31.6 million last month. Slot machines totaled $383 million. In
comparison to February 2014, wagering bets were down 19 percent. Slot machines
were also down 20 percent. Mashantucket Pequots own the Foxwoods Resort Casino.
The Mohegan Sun also reported a decline. The casino had a 4 percent decrease in
revenue from February 2014. Slot machines were also down by 3 percent from the
It is believed that the travel to the casino was made difficult due to the
intense weather last month.
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