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First National Revenue Report shows glimmer of hope

Casino revenues fell throughout the United States in June but showed some signs of stabilizing, according to the first National Revenue Report published by Fantini Research.

The NRR is a complete report on gaming revenue in the United States. It is published monthly by Fantini Research, publisher of Fantini’s Gaming Report.

The first NRR revealed that gaming win in regional casino markets fell 1.38 percent to $2.225 billion, a deterioration from the year-to-date gain of 1.57 percent.

The damage was worse when new casinos are factored out. Same-store revenues fell 5.66 percent.

However, there are glimmers of hope, the report’s author, Frank Fantini, said in pointing to casino companies such as Ameristar, Pinnacle Entertainment and Isle of Capri that grew revenues through expansions.

For more information about the National Revenue Report, contact Frank Fantini at FFantini@FantiniResearch.com, or by telephone at 1-866-683-4357.

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