Louisiana gambling down in July

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Gaming revenue in the state of Louisiana for July was down eight per cent from 2021, says CDC Gaming Reports.


The Louisiana Gaming Control Board reported $204.2m in gaming revenue from riverboat casinos and Harrah’s New Orleans (pictured), the only land-based casino. It was down on last year’s $222m.

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