US-based casino operator Mohegan Gaming has announced that it will ‘no longer be a voluntary filer with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’.

The company notified of its intent on Monday, noting that it would continue to provide its ‘current reports and quarterly and annual financial information’ on its website under its investor and financial section.

Its unclear why the company made the announcement, as no current disagreements with the financial watchdog have been reported.

The company’s most recent results, from 3Q22, saw a 5.6 percent in revenue, to $412.99 million, and a 2.3 percent drop in income, to $63.46 million. The group also reported its highest-ever adjusted EBITDA for the fiscal year, at $403.9 million.

Mohegan operates resorts in the United States, Canada and is currently building up a multi-billion-dollar casino-resort in Incheon, South Korea. It also operates an iGaming division, Mohegan Digital.