Revenue totals for Atlantic City’s 11 casinos were down by 9.5 percent in January, the New Jersey Casino Control Commission said on Tuesday.
Results from the commission show that slot revenue declined 9.6 percent while table revenues decreased 9.1 percent.
Casinos saw a drop across the board in win rates, too. The casino win, or net amount of money won by casinos, totaled $321.4 million for January -- a year-over-year decrease of 9.4 percent.
Casino win for slot machines was $211.6 million and table games brought in $109.8 million.