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Sask Gaming's revenue doubled between 2021 and 22 as COVID-19 restrictions were lifted state-wide.

With the casino open to the public, Sask Gaming reported a net profit of $ 19.1 million between 2021 and 22.

“Sask Gaming has steadily improved from 2021 to 22 as we have emerged from the era of pandemic-related restrictions,” said Don Morgan, Minister of Responsibility for Sask Gaming.

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The casino remained closed for the first quarter from 2021 to 22, but returned to normal operation for the rest of the fiscal year.

Sask Gaming's total revenue was $ 77.8 million last year, compared to $ 30.9 million in 2020-21. Expenses also increased by $ 58.7 million in 2021-22, compared to 44.3 million in 2020-21.

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2022.

"With almost year-round operations, Sask Gaming has donated $ 9.6 million to the state's General Revenue Fund, the First Nations Trust, Community Initiative Fund, and Clarence Campo Development Fund," Morgan said.

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In 2020-21, Sask Gaming pays the state's General Revenue Fund did not do it.

Sask Gaming President and CEO Susan Flett said it was good to be back to normal last year after 24 months of uncertainty and refurbishment.

"Since 2021, we have announced a historic new partnership to further advance the refurbishment of Casino Regina, continue to upgrade game floor technology, and establish the state's online gaming channel. It was a highlight of 22 years, "she said.

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