Kansas casino revenue surges in February, up 13.2 percent from January

Kansas casino revenue surges in February, up 13.2 percent from January

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  • Katarina Vojvodic , PlayUSA
March 19, 2024 3:27 PM
  • Katarina Vojvodic , PlayUSA

In February, Kansas casinos showed a surge both month-over-month and year-over-year.

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According to the Kansas Lottery’s February gaming report, the total revenue of the state’s four casinos was $34.3 million, a slight annual increase of nearly 0.8%. On a monthly comparison, however, the figure is almost a 13.2% increase from January’s $30.3 million revenue.

Meanwhile, the state’s sportsbooks reported $3,054,937 in revenue during February. Of that number:

Online sportsbooks reported $3,049,912
Retail locations won $5,025
February’s sports betting revenue represents a significant monthly drop.

As mentioned, Kansas casinos won $34,298,725 million in total revenue in February from poker, slots, and table games.

Looking at operators individually, two out of four Kansas casinos reported annual growth in revenue.