The six Maryland casinos have reached a US$130.5 million revenue during November from both slot machines and table games.
US.- Maryland’s officials have confirmed that the six casinos in the state have reached US$130.5 million in revenue from both slot machines and table games during November. The MGM National Harbor was the top performer of the month, recording for itself US$50.6 million in revenue from its 2,851 slot machines and 166 table games.
Maryland Live Casino came in second with a US$43.44 million revenue from its 3,602 slot machines and 190 table games and far behind, the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore made third place with a US$22.7 million revenue from its 2,202 slot machines and 177 table games.
Figures revealed by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming confirmed a US$5.78 million revenue for the Hollywood casino Perryville, which was collected from its 822 slots and 21 table games, while the Rocky Gap Casino Resort managed to achieve a US$4.1 million revenue from its 665 slot machines and 17 banked table games.
Ocean Downs Casino came in last place after generating a US$3.89 million revenue from its 483 slots. This particular venue does not have any table games and its slot machines count is down due to construction work in the facility.