Bally’s Corp.’s second-quarter revenue increased by $238.8 million to $267.7 million from $28.9 million. This marked the company’s single-largest revenue quarter in its history.
The increase was due to a reduction in COVID-19 restrictions. All properties were operating at full capacity at the end of the quarter, as compared to 2020.
When compared to the same period last year, revenue for the East segment increased by $122 million to $132.4 million. And revenue for the West segment increased by $109.7 million to $127.9 million.
“We had record revenue and earnings performance in the quarter and remain confident that we will continue to benefit from rebounding demand across our land-based portfolio,” said George Papanier, President and CEO. Improved consumer confidence, limited capacity constraints, and our disciplined operating strategy all contributed to extremely strong second-quarter results.”