The American Gaming Association has released its latest survey of the health of the land-based casino industry, and it ain’t pretty. Overall revenues were down 5.5% from the previous year, the second straight year of decline. On a state-by-state basis, New Jersey took the biggest hit, with revenues down 13.5%. Much of the blame for this downturn will be directed at neighboring Pennsylvania, which saw its own casino industry surge by some 21.6%. Better watch it, Quakers… Those Jersey Shore types can only be pushed so far… Read more.
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