Maryland casinos reported their third-highest revenues on record despite some capacity and social distancing restrictions remain in place.
US.- The six commercial casinos in Maryland together reported their third-highest revenues on record in April at $162m. Nearly $70 million of that will go to the state.
Despite Maryland lifting some capacity restrictions in March, there are still some limits in place. Four casinos are now operating at full capacity, while MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill and Horseshoe Casino Baltimore raised their capacity limits from 25 per cent to 50 per cent in April.
Some slot machine and table game seats remain unused to comply with social-distancing guidelines.