Maryland casinos see gaming revenue growth slow

After May was the second best month on record for casinos in Maryland, gaming revenue appears to have slowed.

After May was the second best month on record for casinos in Maryland, gaming revenue appears to have slowed.

Maryland’s six casinos generated $162.7 million in gambling revenue in June, up less than 1% from a year ago, and down from $178.8 million in May .



Maryland Lottery and Gaming said the state’s share of June gaming revenue was $68.4 million, the majority of which goes to the state’s education trust fund.

MGM National Harbor generated the most gambling revenue in June, at $68.4 million, up 7.4% from a year ago. Game revenue on Live! Casino & Hotel was $56 million, down 4.2% from a year earlier.

Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore saw little change from last year, bringing in $17.1 million in gaming revenue.

The state’s three smallest casinos, Ocean Downs, Hollywood Casino and Rocky Gap, all had lower gambling revenue in June than a year earlier.

In May 2021, all casino capacity restrictions in Maryland were lifted.

Maryland Lottery and Gaming publishes monthly and year-to-date casino gaming revenue and state contributions online.

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