Maryland casinos reported US$134.5 million in September and MGM National Harbor became once again the top scorer.
US.- Casinos in the Old State Line raked in US$134.5 million in September, which represents a 38.6 percent increase over the same month in 2016. The results were driven my MGM National Harbor, the latest gambling facility to open in Maryland.
The casino resort that opened in December 2016 along with Potomac River in Prince George’s County generated approximately US$50 million in September from slot machines and table games, local media reported. If MGM’s results get taken out of the equation, casino revenue in Maryland fell 12.3 percent to US$11.9 million when compared to the same period last year.
The state’s largest gambling facility, Live Casino, came in second place with US$46.9 million in revenue but a 12.9 percent decline over September 2016. Moreover, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore also experienced a revenue fall year-over-year to US$20.9 million, a 22.1 percent decrease.