The Netherlands’ Holland Casino monopoly posted a €652,000 loss last year.
The operator, which the government is looking to privatize, has been hit by falling visitor numbers, and may be unable to meet agreements with its banks this year, news agency ANP reports.
Visitation was down 2 percent to 5.6 million last year and average spend per customer fell €2 to €96.
The company said late last year that it planned to lay off 400 of its 3,000 employees. More recently, it said there may be more job losses.
“Our focus is on further reducing costs and making the organization more efficient and effective,” Chairman Dick Flink said.