Louisiana: L’Auberge revenue up, other Baton Rouge casinos down in March; New Orleans up

Louisiana: L’Auberge revenue up, other Baton Rouge casinos down in March; New Orleans up

Article brief provided by Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
  • David Dismukes, Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
April 19, 2022 10:38 PM
  • David Dismukes, Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

    L’Auberge Baton Rouge saw its revenue increase almost 25% in March compared to March 2021, which was enough to lift revenue market-wide by 10.3%, the latest report to the Louisiana Gaming Control Board shows.

    Hollywood Baton Rouge was down 19% year-over-year, while the Belle of Baton Rouge was down 7.2%.

    The state’s river-based casinos overall took in 0.5% less than last year. The New Orleans market was up 5.4% and Lake Charles was up 0.6%, while Shreveport/Bossier City dipped 8.2%.

    Betters placed almost $27 million in wagers at Louisiana’s 15 legal sportsbooks in March and wagered more than $206 million through seven mobile sports books with Louisiana licenses, the Gaming Control Board reports.