ATLANTIC CITY - The dozen casinos here experienced a 12.1 percent drop in casino revenue in April, compared to a year earlier - continuing a pattern of double digit declines.
The resort's gaming revenue was down 13.2 percent in January; 12.5 percent in February; and 12.8 percent in March.
Total casino revenue was $228.5 million last month, compared to $259.9 million in April 2012.
Ten of the 12 gambling halls reported year-over-year declines, but Revel - which had its first anniversary on April 2 - reported the largest drop at 40.1 percent.
Revel generated $8.1 million from slot machines and table games last month, ranking it second to last. Only Trump Plaza generated less, at $6 million, last month. Market leader Borgata (which Revel competes against for a similar clientele) made $49 million, down 1.5 percent from a year ago.