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Mohegan Tribe sees 11.3 percent dip in slot machine revenues


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The Mohegan Sun Casino, owned by the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut. Photo from Facebook

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut reported an 11.3 percent decline in slot machine revenues for the month of April.

The Mohegan Sun took in $46.7 million. Wagering was down 9 percent to $571.2 million.

The tribe said it is planning to cut operational costs in response to declining revenues.

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Casino slot revenue continues tumble in April (The Norwich Bulletin 5/16)
Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun Report Lower Slot Revenues For April (The Hartford Courant 5/16)
Another down month for both casinos (The New London Day 5/16)
The Never-ending Wonder of It All—The Iconic Foxwoods Resort Casino: Past, Present & Future (Indian Country Today 5/15)

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