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Foxwoods Resort Casino Reports September 2017 Slot Revenue


Foxwoods® Resort Casino has reported slot revenue of $40.1 million for
the month of September 2017. This figure is up 3.8 percent compared to
$38.6 million in September of 2016. Handle for the month was $498.8
million, up 4.5 percent from the $477.2 million wagered in the same
month in 2016.

Foxwoods' contribution to the Connecticut Special Revenue Fund in
September 2017 is $10.7 million, bringing the cumulative contribution to
the state since Foxwoods opened in 1992 to over $4 billion.

Excitement was in the air at Foxwoods this September as Bruno M. from
New Hampshire began the month by taking home the $250,000 prize at the
Dream Slot Tournament Grand Finale with celebrity host Mario Lopez.

The fun continued with the grand opening of the Foxwoods Thrill Tower
featuring Sky Drop and Sky Launch, two soaring adventure tourism
attractions sure to get your adrenaline pumping. Tickets can be
purchased online
or in-person at the outdoor ticket window at the Fox Tower, with special
discounts offered for Foxwoods Rewards members.

There's always something new at Foxwoods and September was no exception
as the resort casino, along with racing enthusiast and Fast N' Loud star
Richard Rawlings, announced plans to build a multi-level, European-style
indoor karting center with gas-powered karts capable of going up to 40
miles per hour! To get your motor running, visit for
more information.

Driving buzz elsewhere on property, Foxwoods' world-class entertainment
slate in September included unforgettable shows from rock and roll
legend Brian Wilson, hip-hop superstar Bryson Tiller and The Daily
host Trevor Noah.

With performances from international pop phenomenon Mariah Carey and
famed singer Engelbert Humperdinck earlier this month, the October
entertainment lineup is already one for the books! Foxwoods guests won't
want to miss ‘The Godmother of Soul' Patti LaBelle who is set to perform
at the state-of-the-art Grand Theater on October 21.

Foodies are in luck this fall as Foxwoods is proud to welcome Chef Paul
Liebrandt as Guest Chef in Residence at David Burke Prime. A Michelin
star-winning culinary expert and the subject of the Emmy-nominated and
James Beard Award-winning HBO documentary "A Matter of Taste," Chef Paul
is set to host an exclusive cocktail and tasting event with a carefully
curated menu on October 19. Tickets to all events can be purchased at

About Foxwoods Resort Casino

25 Years Proud: Since 1992, Foxwoods Resort Casino has offered
guests The Wonder Of It All as the premier resort destination in the
Northeast. As the largest resort casino in North America, Foxwoods
offers a vast array of gaming in seven casinos; AAA Four-Diamond hotels,
restaurants from gourmet to quick service, world-renowned spas,
award-winning golf, state-of-the-art theaters, exclusive retailers and
free-to-play online casino games at
Foxwoods is owned and operated by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation
and was the first full-service casino built on tribal land, pioneering a
nationwide movement that now includes more than 400 gaming properties
owned and operated by over 200 tribes across the U.S. For more
information on Foxwoods and the property's 25th anniversary
celebrations, visit

About the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation

The Mashantucket Pequots are a native Algonquin people in southeastern
Connecticut who endured centuries of conflict and survival on the oldest
continuously occupied reservation in the U.S. (est. 1666). As the first
native people within the continental United States to survive attempted
genocidal massacre by European immigrants (1637), the Mashantucket
Pequots have an unprecedented story of restoration, which is exhibited
at their world-class Museum and Research Center (
For more information, visit

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