The Michigan Gaming Control Board has released the latest monthly figures.
US.- According to the Michigan Gaming Control Board, Detroit‘s three casinos pulled in more than $113.8m in revenue last month. That compares to $119.8m in August 2019.
While retail sports betting brought in $1.65m, table games and slots at MGM Grand Detroit, MotorCity Casino Hotel and Greektown Casino collectively generated $112.17m in revenue. That’s 61.7 per cent higher than in August 2020, when casinos reopened after lockdown measures at 15 per cent capacity early in the month.
The regulator said that MGM had 47 per cent market share last month, followed by MotorCity with 32 per cent and Greektown with 21 per cent. Casinos are now operating at full capacity.