Connecticut tribes report mixed results on slot machine revenue

The Mohegan Tribe owns and operates the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut. Photo from Facebook

Connecticut's two federally-recognized reported mixed results slot machine revenues for the month of July.

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation saw $44.2 million in slot revenues at the Foxwoods Resort Casino. That was down a mere 0.6 percent from July 2015.

The Mohegan Tribe, on the other hand, saw strong gains. Slot revenues at Mohegan Sun were $54.0 million, an increase of 4.6 percent from last year, according to news reports.

The two tribes are working together in hopes of opening a new casino in Connecticut due to increasing competition in New England.

Read More on the Story:
Foxwoods reports stronger slot revenue in July (The Norwich Bulletin 8/16)
Mohegan Sun posts year-over-year gain in July slots revenue (The New London Day 8/16)
Mohegan tribe posts higher slot earnings in July (The Norwich Bulletin 8/15)
Northeast's casino landscape growing crowded (The New London Day 8/14)

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