Ohio casinos and racinos take in $178.8m in November

Ohio’s casinos and racinos have already broken last year's revenue total.
Ohio’s casinos and racinos have already broken last year's revenue total.

The Ohio Casino Control Commission has released last month’s revenue figures, showing a drop of 7.2 per cent from the previous month (October 2021, $192.7m).

US.- The Ohio Casino Control Commission has reported that the state’s eleven licensed casinos and racinos brought in more than $178.8m in November. That’s a drop of 7.2 per cent from October’s record figure of $197.2m.

Statewide, Ohio’s four casinos pulled in $78.1m in revenue, $26.1m from table games and $60 from slots. Meanwhile, Ohio’s seven racinos brought in $100.7m from slots.

Among the casinos, JACK Cleveland Casino saw revenue of $21m, while Hollywood Columbus came second with $20.4m. In third place, came Hard Rock Cincinnati Casino with $19.8m, followed by Hollywood Toledo, with $17m.

As for the racinos, MGM Northfield Park topped the ranking by pulling in $21.3m in slot revenue. In second place came Scioto Downs with $17.4m; then Miami Valley Gaming with $16.9m; JACK Thistledown Racino came in fourth with $14.3m; Hollywood Mahoning Valley pulled in $11.7m, tied with Hollywood Dayton, and Belterra Park brought up the rear with $7.5m.

It’s been a good 2021 for Ohio venues. Revenue for the year to date is $2.11bn, which is already $120m ahead of the total revenue generated in all of 2019.

See also: Ohio casinos and racinos take in $192.7m in October

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