Gaming revenues rose in January
ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Mississippi’s state-licensed casinos reported January revenues of $193.2 million, up about $8.3 million from December.
The January figures were released Monday by the Mississippi State Tax Commission.
Casinos along the Mississippi Gulf Coast won $91.2 million, up $7.7 million from December.
Casinos along the Mississippi River — including Tunica, Vicksburg and Natchez — won $101.9 million in December, up $560,000 from December.
Casino revenue, or “win,” is the net amount of money won from gamblers. It is not profit.
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