Detroit casinos saw revenue increase 28.2 per cent month-on-month in March.
US.- Casinos in Detroit have seen an uptick in revenue after casinos reopened from Covid-19 closures. In March, the city’s three casinos reported nearly $114m in monthly aggregate revenue.
Revenue rose 28.2 per cent from February, which was the second full month casinos reopened following an extended, state-ordered closure that began in November. Capacity restrictions remain in place.
According to the figures from the Michigan Gaming Control Board, table games and slots generated $110.87m in revenue, up 93 per cent year-on-year. Retail sports betting generated US$2.97m.
Revenue from online gambling and sports betting, which began in Michigan in January, is reported separately and will be released later this month.
MGM Grand reported more than $43.2m in monthly revenue, up 80.6 per cent year-on-year. MotorCity’s revenue was up 107.2 per cent to more than US$42m. Greektown’s revenue was up 93.7 per cent to $25.6m.