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May 23, 2019

USD 148.9 million in gaming earnings, vs June 2017

Maryland celebrates 14 percent jump in casino revenue for June

Maryland celebrates 14 percent jump in casino revenue for June
The ranking shows MGM National Harbor -with a $59.3 million revenue income- in the first place, Live! Casino & Hotel following -$48.2 million in revenue- in the second and Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino -$22.8 million in gaming revenue- in the third.
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The ranking shows MGM National Harbor -with a $59.3 million revenue income- in the first place, Live! Casino & Hotel following -$48.2 million in revenue- in the second and Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino -$22.8 million in gaming revenue- in the third. All six of the state's casino saw year-over-year monthly gains.

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aryland’s six casinos generated $148.9 million in gaming revenue in June, up 14.1 percent from a year ago.

MGM National Harbor continues to account for the largest portion of Maryland’s casino revenue, at $59.3 million last month, an 18.3 percent jump from June 2017.

Live! Casino & Hotel generated $48.2 million, up 15.1 percent. Live! opened its 310-room hotel in May, part of a $200 million expansion that also includes a new concert venue.

Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino had $22.8 million in gaming revenue, up 3.3 percent from a year earlier.

The state’s three smaller casinos also saw year-over-year gains in gaming revenue. At Ocean Downs Casino, revenue was up 29.8 percent. At Hollywood Casino Perryville, it was up 4.5 percent. At Rocky Gap Casino Resort, gaming revenue was up 5.2 percent.

The state’s share of casino gaming revenue is used to fund the Maryland Education Trust Fund, local impact grants, the state’s horse racing industry and the Maryland General Fund.

Maryland Lottery and Gaming posts monthly and year-to-date casino gaming revenue online each month.

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