Arkansas casino revenues fall in June

Arkansas casino revenue fell in June.
Arkansas casino revenue fell in June.

According to figures from the Arkansas Racing Commission, sports betting, table games and slot machines showed a drop in revenues.

US.- Arkansas’ three casinos reported a month-on-month drop in revenue in June.

According to the Arkansas Racing Commission, casino revenue was lower in every category, including sports betting, table games, and slot machines. 

Oaklawn, in Hot Springs, reported lower gaming wins across the board, with net win went down from $13.3m in May to $12.5m in June. 

Its sportsbook handle was $1.4m, compared to May’s handle of about $874,000. However, after winning bets were paid, Oaklawn’s sportsbooks took $33,052 less than in May.

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