Total casino gaming revenue at Kansas Star Casino & Resort slid for the first time in three months in April 2015, down 5.57%, to reach USD 15.707 million. The latter has been the lowest revenue figure since February 2015, when total revenue was reported at USD 15.517 million. Within the period January 2012-April 2015, total gaming revenue at Kansas Star Casino & Resort increased the most in Each month the Kansas Racing and Gaming Comission posts the last month's revenue reports from our regulated casinos. On this page you'll find month by month reports that provide revenue amounts for the casino, the State of Kansas, local municipalities and the Problem Gambling and Addictions Fund. November 2020; October 2020; September 2020 TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – State-owned casinos in Kansas are losing out on millions of dollars because of the coronavirus pandemic. Compared to last year’s revenues, casinos are down more than 90 Casino gaming revenues for March were only half of what is normal, he said. So far through the year, casino gaming revenues are down 13 percent, he added. There is a loss to state and local revenue, as states receive 22 percent of the gaming revenue, and local governments such as the Unified Government receive 3 percent, he added. In April of 2019, Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway in Kansas Casino gaming revenues for March were only half of what is normal, he said. So far through the year, casino gaming revenues are down 13 percent, he added. In April of 2019, Hollywood Casino reported casino gaming revenues of $12.3 million in Kansas City, Kansas. ollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway in Wyandotte County reported last week gaming revenues of $8.5 million in July 2020, down 32.6 percent compared to the same month last year according to a report to the Kansas Lottery Commission.. Before the coronavirus pandemic, the property was open 24 hours a day, but now is closed between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m. each weeknight for cleaning.
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