Louisiana Gaming Revenue Sinks During Frigid Winter MonthWritten by: Larry Henry

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Winter weather and COVID-19 concerns walloped Louisiana’s gaming industry in February, causing a steep decline in gaming revenue. In February, Louisiana’s 13 riverboats, one land-based casino in New Orleans, and four racinos collected $151.1 million, according to the Louisiana Gaming Control Board. This figure is 28.9 percent below the $212.5 million in February 2020.  The
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