Atlantic City’s casinos will learn today whether they were able to close out the pivotal summer tourist season with one month of higher gambling revenue.

At 2 p.m., the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement is scheduled to release August’s slot and table games figures for the 12 casino hotels.

The gambling industry is hoping for at least one month of higher revenue for the summer following declines in June and July compared to a year ago. The summer is traditionally the prime money-making time for casinos.

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