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Gambling revenue at Kansas Star Casino down

The events center will host business meetings, weddings, trade shows, conventions and other events. It also will offer full-service kitchen and banquet facilities. It is attached to the Kansas StarÕs 42,000-square-foot arena. (November 19, 2014)
The events center will host business meetings, weddings, trade shows, conventions and other events. It also will offer full-service kitchen and banquet facilities. It is attached to the Kansas StarÕs 42,000-square-foot arena. (November 19, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

November gambling revenue at the Kansas Star Casino dipped by about $500,000 from the previous month, according to figures released this week by the Kansas Lottery.

The casino in Mulvane earned $13.8 million in November, down from $14.3 million in October.

The November number also is down about $1 million from November last year, when the casino earned $14.8 million.

Gaming revenue is the total cash revenue remaining from the play of slot machines and table games after prizes have been paid. The Kansas Star shares 22 percent of its gaming revenue with the state and 1 percent each with the city of Mulvane, and Sumner and Sedgwick counties.

The casino is scheduled to complete a $20 million expansion project this month. It includes an 11,000-square-foot meeting center, an expansion of its 300-room hotel and new equestrian support facilities.

Reach Fred Mann at 316-268-6310 or fmann@wichitaeagle.com.

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