Atlantic City’s hot gaming tables lift February’s casino revenue

March 14, 2019 Calvin Ayre

By Peter Amsel

Atlantic City casinos enjoyed an overall double-digit gaming revenue gain in February, although there were more individual casino losers than winners.

On Wednesday, New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed that Atlantic City’s nine casinos reported total brick-and-mortar slots and table game revenue of $196.7m in February, up 15.7% year-on-year and nearly $20m better than January’s result. February’s slots revenue was up 12.4% to $139.5 while table games jumped by nearly one-quarter to a little over $57.1m.