Bethlehem’s Sands Casino Revenue goes up with e table games

By | August 24, 2016

Bethlehem’s Sands Casino Revenue goes up with e table gamesIt seems like e table games are doing great in Bethlehem because Sands casino has generated a hugh revenue with their electronic table games program.

The casino generated lucrative revenue with their gaming such as blackjack, roulette and craps again after many months. Those games of the casino doing really well since the gaming bodies of Pennsylvania started allowing blackjack and craps back in 2010.

According to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, Sands casino revenue was $21.15 million in July this year, which was just $21 Million in January 2016.

Hybrid games were popular only in countries like Macau (china) and in Singapore, but it is currently dong great in United States as well. According to the latest reports by the gaming board the hybrid table games are attracting hugh number of players from the united states and that’s why the revenue is going up in last few months.

Sands hired 40 people and spent almost $5Million for their electronic table games procedure, which certainly is paying them back.

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According to the news reports, sands did not even spend any money to promote the Hybrid games and hence it is proved that these kinds of games have high potential to generate revenue.

Richard McGarvey, the bard spokesperson of the sands casino said in an interview that this is just the first month and it is a clear indication that we will do better in upcoming month.

Sands broke the record in July with their e table games revenue. They are most lucrative among other casinos currently working in the state.

Mr. McGarvey said that the data is for the month of July only and it does not include the first week of the month, because till then the $402,000 stadium of theirs with 150 electronic games were not open for the people and we are quite sure that we’d be doing well in coming months, he added.