ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CelebrityAccess) — Atlantic City's casinos saw overall revenue decline by 3.5 percent in November compared to the same time last year, the first full month following the shuttering of the Trump Taj Mahal Casino.
According to the Associated Press, the city's secen remaining casinos saw their combined revenue increase by 3 percent to nearly $197.3 million, based on data released Wednesday.
However, gambling revenue for the year is up by 1 percent to $2.39 million through November, the AP reported.
Specific breakdowns saw a revenue increase of about 11% at both Golden Nugget and Tropicana casinos, while Caesars reported a 12.4 slide in revenue. – Staff Writers