Illinois tax revenue from video games dips

The first drop in tax revenue from video games in bars was recorded at 2 percent from April to March, Early & Often reports.

“There’s no such thing as a sure bet. 

Not even when it comes to Illinois’ burgeoning video gaming industry. 

For the first time since slot machines began to appear in bars and taverns across the state in summer 2012, video gaming recorded its first month-to-month drop in tax revenue last month. Illinois’ cut of the industry’s profits fell about 2 percent in April from March, records show.”

[Read the entire article on the Chicago Sun-Times' Early & Often]

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