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Video Gaming Action Hot In Princeton

Posted by wlpo on December 18, 2012

Video gaming revenues are in for November and so far they’re not creating a financial windfall for local cities and counties.

The Road Ranger in Princeton had the most gaming action last month in the listening area with over 274 thousand dollars put into the gaming machines.  The city of Princeton’s share of the profit will be a thousand dollars.  The next hottest video gaming spot was Shaker’s Lounge with over 195 thousand dollars gambled. Ottawa gets 760 dollars from the gamblers.

Elsewhere in the area, Peru gets 427 dollars from video gaming at Art Giese’s Tavern and over 200 dollars from the Illinois Valley Super Bowl.  La Salle gets 15 bucks from John’s North Star gambling revenues.  Mendota gets nearly 400 dollars from gambling at its Road Ranger and over 20 bucks from El Zarape while Ottawa gets 500 dollars from video gambling revenues at Dettore Lanes.

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