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Connecticut tribes report another dip in slot machine revenues

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

Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes reported another decline in slot machine revenues for the month of June 2014.

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation took in $37.7 million at the Foxwoods Resort Casino. That's 13.1 percent lower than the $43.4 million seen in June 2013.

The Mohegan Tribe, meanwhile, reported $45.3 million in slot revenues at the Mohegan Sun. That's down 10.3 percent from the $50.5 million seen a year prior.

Get the Story:
Slot Revenues Down In June At Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun (The Hartford Courant 7/16)
Connecticut's Casinos Challenged as Revenues Decline, Competitors Rise (Connecticut Today 7/16)
Both casinos' slots revenues down by double digits (The New London Day 7/16)

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Editorial: Success of tribal gaming benefits all in Connecticut (7/14)

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