Gaming revenues at the four Kansas state-owned casinos in March were largely flat, according to information presented at the Kansas Lottery Commission meeting on Wednesday.
The Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, reported gaming revenues of $14.330 million for March, compared to $14.337 million in March 2018, according to Keith Kocher, the lottery’s director of program assurance and integrity. It was a very slight drop. February 2019 revenues were $11.9 million at Hollywood Casino.
The Unified Government receives 3 percent of the gaming revenues from the Hollywood Casino, while the state of Kansas receives 22 percent.
Boot Hill Casino in Dodge City, Kansas, reported gaming revenues of $4.158 million in March 2019, compared with $4.104 million in March 2018. In February 2019, gaming revenues there were $3.27 million.
Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, Kansas, reported $18.5 million in gaming revenues in March 2019 as compared with $18.082 million in March 2018. In February 2019, gaming revenues were $14.63 million there.
Kansas Crossing Casino in Pittsburg, Kansas, reported gaming revenues of $3.345 million in March 2019, a decrease from $3.457 million in March 2018. The gaming revenues in February 2019 were $2.878 million.