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October 01, 2020

An increase over the same period last year

Louisiana casinos won nearly us$ 208 million in October

(US).- Despite a nationwide economic slowdown, Louisiana’;s state-licensed casinos won nearly us$ 208 million from gamblers in October, an increase over the same period last year, state police reported Tuesday at a Louisiana Gaming Control Board meeting in Baton Rouge.

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evenue was up for the year at all New Orleans-area casinos except Harrah’s New Orleans, the state’s only land-based casino. The casino won $30 million from gamblers in October, down 6.5 percent from October 2007. But revenue was up 31 percent from September, when the casino was closed for five days because of Hurricane Gustav.

Both the Boomtown Casino in Harvey and Kenner’s Treasure Chest Casino reported gains. The West Bank riverboat reported us$ 14 million in revenue this October, up 3 % from the same month last year. The Treasure Chest generated us$ 9.5 million in revenue, up 4.5 % from the same period a year ago.

The slot facility at the New Orleans Fair Grounds also reported a year-over-year gain. The slots produced us$ 2.5 million in winnings in October, up from us$ 1.2 million in October 2007, the facility’s first full month of operation.

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