The casinos in the river region in Mississippi reported lower revenues. However,
casinos in the Gulf coast reported a strong June.
$78.7 million was reported from the 18 casinos on the river. This number was 12
percent lower than a year ago.
$95.7 million in revenue was reported by the casinos on the coast. This was up
from a year ago by 13 percent.
$174 million was spent statewide at Mississippi casinos by gamblers last month.
That was 1 percent higher from a year ago. The report showed that over the
previous 12 months, the state casino revenue has been falling 4 percent.
Choctaw Indian casinos were not included in the report. The tribe is not
required to report their revenue information with the state.
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