BOSTON — Gambling revenues have dropped at Encore Boston Harbor even as they've rebounded at Massachusetts' two other casinos.
The state's Gaming Commission reported Tuesday that the Everett resort generated less than $49 million in gross gambling revenues in January, down from $54 million in December.
Revenues at MGM Springfield, meanwhile, rose to nearly $21 million in January, up from about $19 million in December.
Plainridge Park in Plainville generated $11 million from gambling in January, up from $10 million in December.
Encore has been attempting to lure less affluent gamblers as it's missed its lofty revenue promises since opening last June.