Atlantic City's casinos saw their revenue decline slightly in May, down less than 1 percent compared with a year ago. The eight casinos collectively won $219.8 million from gamblers, a decline of 0.6 percent compared with May 2015, a month with more weekend days. Table games revenue was up 4.5 percent at the eight casinos, to $53.9 million. Slot machine winnings were $149.3 million, down 4.9 percent from May 2015. Only two of the eight casinos saw increases in May, led by the Borgata, whose nearly $65 million was up almost 16 percent. Bally's was just barely up, by 0.2 percent, to 18.2 million. Internet gambling continued to be a bright spot for New Jersey, increasing by 32.6 percent to 16.5 million.