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Jeju Dream Tower sees casino revenues slip monthly but rise yearly

The operator of the Jeju Dream Tower entertainment complex and casino in Korea has posted a 9.8 percent monthly drop in casino net revenues, totaling KRW10.29 billion ($7.95 million).

Lotte Tour Development noted that, while the figure was down from the previous month, it was also its second-highest this year, and was a yearly increase of 70.17 percent.

June also saw the casino highest visitation by patrons since COVID began, topping out at 22,251 visitors.

This is only the second time this year that the figure has topped 20,000, the last being the previous month.

Overall table drop fell slightly to KRW103.78 billion ($80.13 million), up 259 percent yearly.

Machine drop however rose during the period, compared to the previous month, to KRW9.94 billion ($7.67 million).

This resulted in revenue from table games reaching KRW9.4 billion ($7.25 million), the third-highest figure this year and lagging from May.

Machine revenue only reached KRW897 million ($692,700), however this was the highest since COVID began.

Jeju Dream Tower offers over 140 gaming tables and 190 slot machines, alongside over 70 EGMs.

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