Tuesday, September 01, 2020

COVID Killing Kansas Casinos

A glimpse at the gaming economy and realization that more people don't want to take their chances against the pandemic.

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Suffering casinos: Kansas loses 20 million dollars in revenue and counting

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - State-owned casinos in Kansas are losing out on millions of dollars because of the coronavirus pandemic. Compared to last year's revenues, casinos are down more than 90 million dollars since the crisis began. Casinos closed in March and were shut down for all of April.

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Anonymous said...

RE: Kansas loses 20 million dollars in revenue and counting because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Thanks go to Governor Kelly and Dr. Norman for promoting a pandemic hysteria in Kansas to purposely hurt residents and businesses.