May brought a decrease in Mississippi's casino revenue due to the massive
flooding that occurred.
19 riverfront casinos were forced to close. The high water levels managed to
keep the casinos closed for a long length of time. May earnings were $41
million. In comparison, the casinos had earned $107.8 in May of 2010.
There were 11 casinos on the Gulf Coast that were not affected by the flood.
Those casinos continued to operate and were able to earn $96.2 million. The
total coastal casino earnings for the state of Mississippi was $137.2 million.
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