The Indiana Gaming Commission says monthly revenue dipped in November. The state reports adjusted gross revenue was $155 million, compared to $170 million during the same month last year.
Of the state’s 13 gaming operations, three registered increases in revenue. Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun was up more than $400,000 to $3.7 million. French Lick Resort Casino, which is no longer required to pay admission tax, reported revenue that was around $500,000 higher than the same time last year and Indiana Grand Racing & Casino in Shelbyville, which takes a 12 percent deduction along with Hoosier Park Racing and Casino in Anderson, ticked up to $17.6 million from $17.2 million.
Ameristar Casino Hotel in East Chicago had the largest dip in the state, moving from $19.6 million in November 2014 to $14.7 million last month. Horseshoe Southern Indiana in Harrison County was off about $2 million and AGR at the Majestic Star II in Gary decreased by around $1.4 million.