In fact, Hard Rock led the state with $ 17.8 million in baccarat play in June, compared to $ 13.7 million at the Horseshoe. While Hard Rock was right behind the Horseshoe last month in blackjack, craps and roulette betting, according to the IGC.
On slots, the Horseshoe topped the 12 casinos in Indiana with $ 251.2 million in slots games and $ 25.4 million in slots winnings in June, followed by the Indiana Grand near Indianapolis ($ 222.1 million / $ 23.4 million) and Hard Rock ($ 201.7 million / $ 20.5 million).
The Horseshoe also has more operational slots (1,969) than any other casino in the state, as some Indiana casino slots remain turned off to promote social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. .
On a per-machine basis, the Hard Rock, with 1,291 slots, won more payouts per machine in June ($ 15,913) than the Horseshoe ($ 12,886), according to IGC records.
Shannon McKellar, vice president of marketing for Horseshoe, said the casino saw high volumes of slots and tables in June, and the Hammond team remains focused on providing exceptional customer service.
“We continue to see our most loyal guests, Caesars Rewards members, return and there is a strong interest in taking advantage of the travel benefits,” McKellar said. “Bookings for summer travel to various Caesars Rewards resorts continue to increase, including Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and Atlantic City.”