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Bristol casino hits record revenue high


Bristol Casino in Virginia enjoyed its most successful ever month in March, with both slot machines and table games pulling in strong numbers for a huge increase in revenue. 

The Bristol Casino in Virginia is transforming into a new Hard Rock Casino, but before it changes later this summer, the casino marked March with a historic milestone – smashing previous revenue records in their most successful month to date.

The casino earned a remarkable $16.3Million in gross income through March. The Virginia lottery released a report that showed an impressive 9% increase on their previous best recorded month.

Figures for March in 2024 also saw a monumental rise from last years revenue with an 18% surge from the same month in 2023.

Bristol Casino Slots And Table Game Revenue

By far and away the biggest source of revenue for Bristol Casino in March came from their slot machines, which managed to generate $13,009,482 in the record month.

Bristol Casino have never crossed the $13m mark for slot revenue before so March was a special month for the Virginia based casino, which comfortably surpassed its previous record for income from December 2023.

Table games also saw a huge rise in popularity during March, with over $3 million made for the first month in their history. The $3,260,614 comfortably beat the previous high for table games revenue which was set way back in 2022.

Bristol Casino reported a staggering 18% rise in revenue from March 2024 compared to March last year and the casino also beat its monthly average by a whopping 19% margin.

The Virgina casino will be rebranded to the Hard Rock Casino once the construction is complete and the 300-room hotel is finished, with a predicted opening of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Bristol expected to come in summer later this year.


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