DEADWOOD, S.D. (AP) - The South Dakota Commission on Gaming says revenue for Deadwood casinos is down 2 percent so far this year compared to the first 11 months of 2016.
The commission released figures Friday showing revenues through November 2017 are at just over $1 billion.
Despite the overall decrease, the Rapid City Journal reports that November's revenues of $80.1 million were a slight increase compared to November last year.
Table games approved by state lawmakers in 2015 were also up by about 6 percent this November compared to last year and brought in nearly $5 million for the month. Table games include blackjack, poker, and craps.
Slot machines make up the majority of gaming in Deadwood and brought in $75.2 million in November.