How did the new Isle Casino do in its first month?


Web Editor - Ryan Burkett

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - A new report released by the Missouri Gaming Commission gives us our first look at the progress being made by the new Isle Casino in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

The casino opened its doors for the first time back on October 30.

Through the end of November, the casino welcomed in more than 120,000 new patrons.

Gamers wagered $3.87 million at table games with a casino revenue of just more than $839,000.

As for the slot machines and other electronic gaming devices, people wagered a whopping total of nearly $55 million, with a casino revenue of more than $5.1 million.

That means the casino raked in nearly $6 million in gaming revenue over its first full month in business.

The casino also paid more than $1.25 million in gaming taxes and more than $455,000 in admission fees.

For the full report from the Missouri Gaming Commission, including a look at the new Isle Casino in Cape Girardeau, click here.