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Thursday, November 06, 2014

Maryland Casino Revenue Rises 30%, Hits New Record in October

Maryland casinos brought in $86.8 million in revenue during October, a 30 percent increase over the same month last year and a new record.

Last October — before the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore came on line — the state's casinos generated $66.4 million. Not including the Horseshoe, revenue at the state's other four casinos fell 3.1 percent year-over-year.

At the Horseshoe, the state's newest gaming venue, revenue was flat from the month prior. The South Baltimore casino saw $22.5 million from both table games and slot machines in October. That was a slight uptick from the $22.4 million the casino saw during its first full month in business in September.



Anonymous said...

The high water mark for casino revenue has been hit. All downhill from here.

Anonymous said...

All well and good, but does anyone know where the money went?

Anonymous said...

Exactly 4:46..hopefully it doesn't go to pay the Bay Bridge Tunnel for the summer crowds like lottery money does for the summer crowds ....should be put in a lock box for education

Anonymous said...

If the casinos are doing so good where does the money go.