Detroit Casinos Doubled Combined 2020 Revenue Last Year

Detroit Casinos Doubled Combined 2020 Revenue Last Year

2021 was a good year for casinos in Detroit, MI. They came off a slow, COVID-19-ridden 2020. However, increasing revenue by over 100% from one year to the next is a solid jump.

Detroit's three casinos earned $1.294 billion in combined revenue last year. This is higher than the 2020 results that were greatly affected by COVID-19. In 2020, they were closed for much of the year due to COVIV-20 limitations.

Detroit Casinos Doubled Combined 2020 Revenue Last Year. MGM Grand Detroit recorded $554 million in gaming revenue. MotorCity Casino had $438.3 million and Greektown had $274.5 million. The casinos paid $1 million to Michigan for sports betting taxes.  

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