April figures show that the four state casinos improved their numbers by one per cent when compared to 2017.
US.- The Ohio Casino Control Commission has released its monthly report in which it details that the four casinos in the state collected US$71.8 million in April, approximately one per cent more than what was achieved in 2017.
While the four casinos in the state improved their financial situations by one per cent year-over-year, the seven racings posted an eight per cent increase in April to US$89.7 million from their slots and video gaming operations.
All casinos and racinos in the state registered year-on-year gains except for Jack Cleveland Casino, which posted its lowest revenue tally since its opening in 2012 with a 1.7 per cent decline to US$17.2 million. Mark Tricano, senior VP of Northeast Ohio operations for Jack Entertainment, said: “We continue to focus on the long-term investment of our property and providing our guests with a one-of-a-kind gaming and entertainment experience. The addition of Synergy Table Games builds on this commitment by adding a revolutionary arena-style adventure that has been a hit with Clevelanders looking for a fun and entertaining nightlife experience.”
Moreover, Hollywood Casino Toledo dominated the market last month when it comes to revenue, as it posted a 2 per cent increase to US$18.2 million, higher than the US$17.9 million from 2017.