The U.S. Gaming Market: A Tale of Two Recoveries
by Brendan Bussmann
Every aspect of the gaming industry around the globe has been impacted by SARS-CoV-2. In the United States, this has been felt very directly as every casino at one point was closed during the Great Shutdown of 2020. Some properties began to reemerge in May and openings have continued up until today, but a percentage have still remained shuttered as demand in some parts of the United States have not met the levels needed to reopen. Some amenities at these properties have also struggled to reopen with occupancy limited placed on food & beverage outlets and hotel rooms and entertainment and MICE amenities remaining largely closed.
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