After reopening in mid-June, properties in the state have set records each month on a year-over-year basis.
US.- Casinos and racinos in Ohio have broken their own records again for October, continuing a trend seen since their reopening post-lockdown.
The state’s 11 gaming properties collectively generated $169.1m in revenue in October, up 6.7 per cent on the $154m generated in October 2019.
The property which contributed the most was Hollywood Casino Columbus, which brought in roughly $20.3m. It took the lead from MGM Northfield Park, which saw the highest revenue in September.
Casinos and racinos have set records each month since reopening in mid-June.
Of the total revenue generated, around one-third goes to the state in the form of taxes and fees.