Visitors are spending more time in casinos, but dropping less coin during their stays. Individual Harrah’s casino properties had already revealed this trend, but it seems the phenomenon is endemic in Atlantic City. According to the Gaming Industry Observer newsletter, net revenue per visitor has fallen for the third consecutive year, while the percentage of guests who stay the night is at a record high. Paradoxical? Sure. Worrisome? You bet. Read more.
Atlantic City casinos enjoy Q3 double-digit profit growth
November 23, 2017
Atlantic City casinos’ flat October; Borgata building sportsbook
November 15, 2017
Atlantic City’s Revel supposedly sold (again), owner denies (again)
November 8, 2017