The Indiana Gaming Commission says monthly revenue at Indiana casinos decreased in January. The state reports adjusted gross revenue was $172 million, compared to $175 million during the same month last year.
Of the state’s 13 gaming operations, six reported increases in revenue, including Horseshoe Hammond Casino, which was up nearly $1 million to $35 million. Ameristar Casino Hotel in East Chicago saw an $800,000 increase, bringing its January total to $18.1 million.
Horseshoe Southern Indiana in Elizabeth saw the biggest dip in the state, moving from $21.3 million in January 2015 to $18.6 million last month. Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg was down $1 million to $13.7 million last month.