Detroit casinos report revenue growth to $118M in April driven by MGM Grand's 31% jump
MGM Grand Detroit, Motor City Casino and Hollywood Casino at Greektown reported $118.73 million in revenue during April 2022. Table games and slots generated $116.86 million, while sports betting produced $1.87 million. MGM Grand saw a 31% increase in slot and table game revenue year-over-year. Motor city was down 8.8% and Greek Town was 2.6%.
The three Detroit casinos took in $1.9 million in sports betting revenue in April. Greektown took the most with $912,513, followed by Motor City ($552,841) and MGM ($405,385). The casinos paid $ 9.5 million to the state of Michigan and $13. 9 million for the City of Detroit.