Year-on-year growth in U.S. regional gaming revenues fell to its lowest level in almost two years during the second quarter of 2016, hit by oil industry weakness in southern states and increased “economic and political uncertainty” at a federal level.
Ending a run of six consecutive quarters of growth of 2 percent or more, the U.S. regional casino sector saw market-wide gaming revenues increase just 0.2 percent to $7.20bn in the second quarter of the year.
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