The American Gaming Association has published the results of their annual survey of casinos and show that non-Indian casinos in 2012 took in $37.3 billion in revenues. This is the highest total in the last five years.
"By almost all measures, our industry is expanding and growing, which is good news for our employees and the communities where they live and work," said Frank Fahrenkopf, President of the American Gaming Association.
Some of the key points in the survey are the following:
2012 total non-Tribal casino revenue was $37.3 billion
The number of commercial casinos grew from 492 in 2011 to 513.
Las Vegas remained the top gambling market with $6.2 billion in revenue.
New Jersey had the largest decline in casino revenues as Atlantic City fell
Pennsylvania grew 4.6 percent surpassing New Jersey and becoming the
second-largest casino market after Nevada.
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