RubinBrown Gaming Stats 2014
Three Year Trend of Average Gaming Revenues per Operation by Region
Three Year Trend of Gaming Revenue Growth Rates by Region
The Oklahoma City Region is the only region to have never experienced a year-over-year decline in average revenue per casino, with the average casino generating $33.98 million in 2012. The continued growth comes amid increased competition from the opening of the Kansas Star commercial casino, located less than 40 miles from the Oklahoma state line. The Tulsa Region produced the highest growth rate in 2012, with gaming revenues increasing by 6.6% to $2.02 billion. Furthermore, the increase in revenues is considered organic growth as the region has not seen an increase in the number of casinos since 2009. The Washington D.C. Region was able to generate positive growth of 0.4% in 2012. The long-term growth prospects for tribal gaming revenues within collective Washington D.C. Region remain dim, as the New York and Connecticut tribes will face increased competition with new commercial casinos opening in New York and Massachusetts. However, with the legalization of commercial gaming, some tribes are continuing to expand through commercial gaming. The Mohegan Tribe has been the most active in their pursuit of a Massachusetts gaming license.
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