Deadwood gaming revenues increase putting them back in black

Poker, gaming, deadwoodDEADWOOD, S.D.- The South Dakota Commission on Gaming recently released the May 2022, Deadwood gaming statistics.

Deadwood gaming was up 1.77 percent in May. Slot machine revenue increased by 2.34 percent, table gaming decreased by 9.74 percent, and sports betting fell to $307,995 in wagers – compared to May 2021.  Deadwood casinos offered players $1,365,871 in “free-play” for the month of May, bringing the taxable adjusted gross revenues to $11,812,796 for May of 2022.

“We were pleased to see May’s numbers up, especially when compared to a strong May in 2021,” said Mike Rodman, Executive Director, Deadwood Gaming Association. “May is usually a good indication of the trend for the summer season.”

Deadwood’s summer concert and event season is in full swing and is highlighted this year by the 100th Anniversary of the Days of 76, July 24-30.

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