The local regulators have reported that total revenue at the seven racinos and four casinos in Ohio increased revenues by 1.9% in September.
US.- The Ohio Lottery Commission and the Ohio Casino Control Commission have released the financial results from September operations. The seven racinos and four casinos in Ohio generated US$155.1 million in revenues.
The US$155.1 million figure represents a 1.9% rise from the same period a year ago when they generated US$152.2 million. Racino revenue rose 1.2% to US$86.7 million, while casino revenue increased 2.8% to US$68.4 million.
MGM Northfield Park registered an 11.4% decrease in slots revenue to US$19.4 million, down from US$21.4 million last year. Back in September 2018, the facility was operating under the Hard Rock brand. In the first six months under that brand, the facility registered a 5.1% decreased revenues to US$124.2 million.
JACK Thistledown Racino in North Randall increased revenues by 14.1% to US$11.7 million in September. JACK Cleveland Casino posted a 3.8% increase to US$17.2 million.
Combined revenue in the state increased 4.2% in August. The state’s gambling industry performance managed to achieve US$164.4 million in revenue.
The Lottery Commission, which reports activity at racinos, said that gambling revenue was up 6.3% to US$93 million at the seven slots-only facilities in Ohio. The Ohio Casino Control Commission reported an increase in revenues of 1.6% to US$71.4 million at the four casinos in the state.
JACK Thistledown was once again one of the biggest operators in Ohio. This is as the facility increased its revenues by 10.6% year-on-year to US$94.9 million. Hollywood Gaming Dayton posted a 12.8% increase to US$10 million, while Miami Valley Gaming an 11.6% rise to US$15.4 million. JACK Cleveland Casino reported a 3$ rise to US$18 million.
On the other hand, MGM Northfield Park generated US$20.7 million but the facility’s revenues decreased by 3.2% in August.