Detroit’s Casinos Report $108.1 Million in Revenue for June
Detroit's three casinos report $108.1 million in revenue for June. The casinos were allowed to open to full capacity on June 22.
MGCB released the casinos’ revenue reports for June. Detroit”s three casinos have reported $108.1 million in aggregate revenue for the month. The revenue comes from table games, slots and retail sports betting. Michigan launched its online gambling and sports wagering in January. For the first six months of 2021, MotorCity reported $4,585,416 in gross receipts from sports gambling. Greektown reported more than $70 million.
Detroit's casinos reported $108.1 million in revenue for June. The three casinos paid the state $8.6 million. Retail sports betting generated $2.3 million for the month. Table games and slots generated only $105.8 million, a 2% decline compared to May. The casinos were closed in June 2020 due to the pandemic, but in 2019 they reported revenue of $117.5 million from table games.