Slot machine revenue in May declined at Connecticut's two tribal owned casinos.
$43.2 million was reported at Foxwoods Resort Casino last month. That was
$500,000 less than what was reported last year at the same time. Betting at the
slot machines were also down. There was a 1.8 percent decline from May of last
$51.7 million was reported at the Mohegan Sun. The casino is operated by the
Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority. The reported amount was close to no change from
the same the previous year. However, betting at the slot machines had declined.
In May, the reported amount was $621.7 million. In May of 2014, the amount was
Both casinos have had a continued struggle with declining gaming revenues. It is
believed that the decline is due to out-of-state competition.
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