Virginia’s three casinos combine for just over $60 million in April revenue, with Rivers Portsmouth in the lead

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Virginia’s three casinos combine for just over $60 million in April revenue, with Rivers Portsmouth in the lead

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  • David McGee, Bristol Herald Courier
May 15, 2024 8:53 PM
  • David McGee, Bristol Herald Courier

Adjusted gaming revenues for the first four months of this year topped $55 million for the Bristol Casino, future home of Hard Rock.

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On Wednesday the Virginia Lottery released its monthly casino revenues report, showing the temporary Bristol Casino generated nearly $14 million in adjusted gaming revenue – hitting $13.94 million.

Through the first four months of the year, the casino’s revenues exceeded $55.7 million, or about 1% ahead of the first four months of 2023, lottery records show. With two months remaining in the fiscal year, Virginia’s first casino has generated about $136 million in gaming revenue.

That is nearly identical to the $136 million generated during the casino’s first fiscal year of operation, from July 2022 to April 2023.