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The top 4 US cities for casinos and nightlife to visit in 2023

The top 4 US cities for casinos and nightlife to visit in 2023 are Atlantic City, Chicago, Las Vegas and New York. Online casinos like CasinoUSA provided a lifeline to entertainment seekers and kept high-rollers engaged during the pandemic. The appetite for online gaming has remained high ever since. A growing number of users are looking to take their experience into the real world at some of the most opulent land-based casinos across the globe.
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Detroit casinos report $100.9M in revenue for January 2022

Table games and slots generated $98.97 million in January. Retail sports betting produced $1.93 million. MGM Grand Detroit had 49% market share, MotorCity Casino Hotel had 30%, and Greektown Casino had 21%. The casinos paid $8 million of gaming taxes to the state and $11.8M to Detroit for January 2021.
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MGM Grand powers Detroit casino revenue growth in January

MGM Grand Detroit brought in $48.7m in January 2021. Greektown Casino brought $20.5m, while MotorCity Casino took $29.9m. The three casinos contributed $11.8m to the city of Detroit. Michigan received $73,070 in retail sports betting taxes from the casinos. The state’s betting sector has quadrupled its contribution to horse racing industry through taxes during the first full year of expanded gaming.
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MGM Grand powers Detroit casino revenue growth in January
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Detroit casino revenue declines in September

Detroit casino revenue declined in September. The total revenue for the month amounted to $103.4m (£92.1m/€106.2m). Slots and table games accounted for $100.8m of revenue in the same month last year. Sports betting handle for September reached $18.5m, down 42.7% on last years. MGM casino remained the market leader with 48% share of the Detroit market, ahead of MotorCity on 31% and the Hollywood Casino at Greektown on 21%.
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Detroit casino revenue declines in September
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Detroit casino revenues slide in the third quarter

Detroit's casinos generated $103.4 million in aggregate revenue in September. The third quarter revenue was down 7%. MGM Grand Detroit, MotorCity Casino Hotel and Hollywood Casino at Greektown generated revenue from table games and slots and $2.6 million from sports betting. MGM led the market with 48% share, followed by Motor City with 31% and the Hollywood with 21%.
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Michigan's online casinos set new record in April

Michigan's online casinos generated $163.1 million in April. The previous record was $131.7 million set in March. Revenue from online sports betting was down 17.8% from March, but up 49% year-over-year. Three Detroit casinos paid the city $7.2 million for wagering taxes and municipal services fees tied to online gambling in the month. Tribal operators made $2. 7 million payments to governing bodies. For the first four months of the year, Michigan's internet gaming industry isn't close to reaching its ceiling yet.
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Detroit casinos see gambling revenue decrease by 7% to $311M in third quarter

Detroit casinos' third quarter revenue decreased by 7% to $311.1 million. The three casinos paid $25.2 million in gaming taxes to the state. In September, the three Detroit casinos reported $103.4 million monthly aggregate revenue. Table games and slots generated $100.8 million, while retail sports betting produced $2.6 million during September. The market shares were: MGM, 48%, MotorCity, 31%, and Hollywood Casino at Greektown, 21%.
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Michigan online gambling market bounces back in July

Michigan online gambling market bounces back in July. Gross internet gaming and sports betting receipts from commercial and tribal operators in the state were up 8.3% from June. Online gaming gross receipts were 37.2% higher year-on-year at $126.6m, while gross sports bets gross revenues jumped 10. 2%. Last week, the MGCB voted to renew the licences of the three commercial casinos in Detroit.
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Michigan casino revenue doubles to $1.3bn in 2021

Michigan casino revenue doubles to $1.3bn in 2021. MGM Grand accounted for 43% of Detroit's casino revenues. MotorCity contributed 35%, and Penn National’s Greektown the remaining 22%. Slot games were the largest contributor to the total with $998.8m. Table games contributed a further $268.0m, with 2% revenue from sports betting.
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Detroit casino revenue makes year-on-year recovery in August

Table games and slots made up $104.4m of this, down by 6.9% from August 2021 and down 1.5% year-on-year from July. MGM casino contributed $50.3m, MotorCity $32.2m and Hollywood Casino at Greektown $21.8m. The three casinos paid $8. 5m in gaming taxes to the state of Michigan and $16.7m to Detroit.
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Detroit Casino Results Decline in August, Remain Fairly Resilient

The three Detroit casinos reported monthly aggregate revenue of $106.14 million for the month of August 2022. The results were driven by slots and table games, which brought in $104.48 million. Sports betting brought another $1.66 million in revenue. MGM managed to pull ahead, accounting for 48% of the total revenue, followed by MotorCity with 31% and Hollywood Casino at Greektown with 21%.
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The American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation has compiled a list of U.S. gaming properties where smoking is banned. California has 108 such properties, Wyoming has three, and Montana has 198.
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Detroit’s three casinos report monthly revenue growth to $107.2M in July; regulator approves license renewals

The three Detroit casinos reported $107.2 million in monthly aggregate revenue in July. Table games and slots made $105.9 million and retail sports betting made $1.3 million. MGM had the highest monthly market share with 48% in the month of July, followed by MotorCity with 33%, and Hollywood Casino at Greektown with 19%. The three casinos paid $8.6 million to the state of Michigan and $12.5 million to Detroit. The gaming board voted unanimously to approve the one-year renewal of the licenses for the three.
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Detroit’s three casinos report monthly revenue growth to $107.2M in July; regulator approves license renewals
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MGM Grand Detroit led July casino revenue

In Michigan, the city of Detroit's three casinos have collectively reported monthly revenue for July of $107.2 million. The lion’s share of revenue, $105.9 million, was generated by table games and slots, while $1.3 million was made by retail sports betting.
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Detroit casinos report $107.2 million in revenue for July

Table games and slots generated $105.9 million in revenue in July. Online gambling revenues are reported separately by the state. MGM Grand Detroit led with 48% market share, followed by MotorCity Casino Hotel with 33% and Hollywood Casino at Greektown with 19%. The venues' revenue from table games dropped 8.4% year-over-year, but rose 7. 9%. MGM's table game and slot revenue was down 4.7% to $51.2 million, Motor City's was 9.6% down to $34.8 million and the Hollywood's revenue fell 15% to $19.1 million. The casinos paid $8.5 million wagering taxes to the Michigan Gaming Control Board and $12. 6 million to Detroit.
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Detroit casinos report $107.2 million in revenue for July
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Detroit casinos report flat $108M revenues during May; only MGM Grand up from prior-year

Detroit's three casinos made $108.7 million in May. MGM Grand Detroit was the month's leader in revenue with 46% market share. MotorCity Casino Hotel had 32%, and Hollywood Casino at Greektown had 22%. MGM’s monthly gaming revenue was up 8.3% from a year ago to $50 million. Table games and slots generated $116.86 million, while retail sports betting produced revenue of $1.87 million during May, up 37%.
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Detroit casinos report flat $108M revenues during May; only MGM Grand up from prior-year
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Detroit casinos report $118 million in April revenue

MGM, MotorCity and Greektown casinos reported $118.73 million in monthly revenue during April 2022. Table games and slots generated $116.86 million, while retail sports betting brought in $1.87 million. MGM held 48% of the market share in April, whereas Motor city held 31%, and Greecetown held 21%.
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Detroit casinos report $118 million in April revenue
The Detroit News

Detroit casinos report $118.7M in April revenue

Detroit's three casinos collectively reported $118.7 million in April revenue. The casinos paid $9.5 million to the state and $13.9 million for wagering taxes and development payments to Detroit. Retail sports betting produced revenue of $1.87 million. The state reports revenue and results tied to online gambling and sports bets separately.
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Detroit casinos report $118.7M in April revenue
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Greektown Casino-Hotel to Be Renamed Hollywood Casino at Greektown

Hollywood Casino-Hotel in Detroit will be renamed Hollywood Casino at Greektown on May 1. The name change is custom to regulatory approvals. Other updates include new guestrooms, dining options, and tech features. Hollywood casino will host special events on 19 and 21 May to celebrate the rebranding. The festivities will feature entertainment, refreshments, free slot play for all members of mychoice, big giveaways, including luxury cruises, trips to Las Vegas, a Mercedes-Benz lease, etc. and improvements to the casino’s self-park and VIP garages.
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Detroit casino revenue up 8.0% YoY in March

Table games and slots accounted for $120.9m of all revenue generated during the month, up 9.1% year-on-year and 26.5% ahead of February this year. MGM Grand Detroit led the way with 46% market share, followed by MotorCity Casino on 33%, and Greektown Casino Hotel with 21%. The casinos paid the State of Michigan $9.8m in gaming tax during March.
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Detroit casino revenue up 8.0% YoY in March
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Detroit Casinos Continue Recovery in March 2022

The latest results by the Michigan Gaming Control Board show that Detroit's casinos made a small recovery in March. However, the results are still far from pre-pandemic levels. The gross receipts are led by Greektown Casino, followed by MGM and MotorCity. Sports gambling is down, but still a success. The casinos paid $9.8 million in general levy and $14.4 million to Detroit City.
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Detroit Casinos Internet Gaming Revenue Bolsters Budget Plans

Detroit has a lot to thank its local gambling businesses for. The industry has supported various aspects of public spending through the economic downturns brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the near-complete shutdown of businesses across the United States and world.
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The Detroit News

Michigan's online gambling operators report $155.9M in January revenue

Internet casino gaming and sports betting operators in Michigan reported $155.92 million in January. Results were down 0.4% compared to December. Internet gaming made up $121.24 million of the total gross receipts, with internet sportsbetting making up the remaining $34.68 million. Detroit's three casinos paid the city $5.9 million for wagering taxes and municipal services fees tied to the two forms of online gambling for the month.
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Michigan's online gambling operators report $155.9M in January revenue
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Detroit’s casinos report $100.9m in revenue for January

The MGM Grand Detroit reported $48.65m in revenue in January. The city's three casinos recorded $100.9m monthly aggregate revenue. Table games and slots generated $98.97m, while sports betting generated only $1.93m. Of the trio's monthly total, the MGM held a 49% market share. Greektown Casino’s revenue amounted to $20.45m and MotorCity Casino Hotel was responsible for $29.87m YOY.
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Detroit’s casinos report $100.9m in revenue for January
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Detroit's three casinos report $1.2B in land-based revenue in 2021, below pre-pandemic

Detroit's three casinos have reported $1.294 billion in aggregate revenue in 2021. The total exceeds the $639 million in revenue generated in 2020. In 2019, the casinos generated a record $ 1.454 billion. Slots generated $998.8 million and accounted for 77% of 2021 revenues. Table games brought in $268 million, and retail sports betting produced $26.95 million. MGM Grand Detroit led with 43% market share last year. MotorCity Casino had 35%, and Greektown Casino 22%.
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Detroit's three casinos report $1.2B in land-based revenue in 2021, below pre-pandemic
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Detroit casinos report $1.29 billion in revenue for 2021

Detroit casinos report $1.29 billion in revenue for 2021. The total exceeds the $639 million in aggregate revenue in 2020. In 2019, the casinos generated a record $ 1.454 billion. Slots generated $998.8 million, table games $268 million and retail sports betting $26.95 million. MGM Grand Detroit led with 43% market share last year. MotorCity Casino had 35% and Greektown had 22%. Year-over-year, revenue tied to slots and table game rose 104.2% to $2.27 billion for the 2021 year, up from $50.3 million for 2020, and up 100% from the previous year's $52.5 million figure.
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Detroit casinos report $1.29 billion in revenue for 2021
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Michigan casinos report $114.1m in revenue for October 2021

The three non-tribal casinos in Michigan reported $114.1m in monthly aggregate revenue for October. The MGM Grand Detroit came out on top with 47% of the market share. MotorCity came in second place with 33%, and Greektown in third with 20%. Table games and slots generated $111.5m for the month, while sports betting only produced $2.6m.
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Detroit's casinos report $110.4M revenue for Sept., still below prepandemic figures

Detroit's casinos have brought in $110.4 million in September. Table games and slots generated $106.9 million, down 4.7% from August. Sports betting brought $3.5 million. MGM Grand Detroit had 45% of the market share, MotorCity Casino Hotel had 34%, and Greektown Casino had 21%. Collectively, the casinos paid $8. 7 million to the state.
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Detroit casinos report $113.82M in revenue during August

Table games and slots generated $112.17 million in revenue in August. Retail sports betting posted $1.65 million. MGM Grand Detroit saw $52.24 million, MotorCity Casino Hotel $36.52 million and Greektown Casino-Hotel $23.41 million were all higher than August 2020. The casinos reopened in early August 2019 at 15% capacity after being closed for more than four months due to COVID-19 related restrictions.
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The Biggest Gaming Destinations in the US

The US has more than 30 destinations and 450 casinos. Las Vegas is considered to be the most famous place in the world for gambling and entertainment. Atlantic City is a great place for families and for tourists. Indiana has 12 casinos and poker rooms.   in Indiana. The gambling scene in Las Angeles is exceptional. It is one of the top destinations in America for casinos, alongside Vegas and Reno. In Atlantic city, you get the best of both worlds. There are endless family destinations, a wide variety of casinos in Atlantic and enough games to make your head spin. in Vegas. They are also in Top 3 destinations for gamblers in US.
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As of January 2021, Michigan is home to legal online casinos. You can play real money casino games online from the comfort of your home. Michigan online poker sites have also arrived.
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Michigan commercial casino revenue dips to $108.1m in June

Michigan's three casinos in Detroit generated aggregate betting and gaming revenue of $108.1m in June. MGM Grand Detroit maintained its market leadership with revenue $46.3m, ahead of MotorCity Casino’s $37.2m and Greektown Casino's $22. 3m. Table games and slots revenue was down 2% month-on-month at $105.8m for June, compared to the previous month”s $109.7m
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June stumble for Michigan iGaming market

The 13 licensed online casino and sportsbetting operators in the American state of Michigan saw their gross gaming revenues for June decrease by a little less than one percent month-on-month to hit $114.2 million. The associated sports Betting receipts grew by some 28% to top $25 million in June.
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GreatLakesStakes.com Ranks Michigan's Top 10 Favorite Casinos

GreatLakesStakes.com has announced its inaugural list of the state's favorite casinos across the Michigan. Rankings are a weighted result of three factors: quantity and quality of online reviews from Google, Yelp, and Trip Advisor, social media followings on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, as well as total tracked Facebook check-ins. GreatLakersStake's was launched by Gambling. com Group to serve regulated online casino, poker, sportsbook operations in Michigan and provides up-to-date gambling information written by Michiganders for Michigsanders.
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MotorCity Casino backs off plans to reopen poker room

MotorCity Casino has changed its mind about the reopening of its poker room. The poker rooms at the three downtown Detroit casinos were closed in March due to COVID-19 pandemic. Greektown Casino plans to restart poker in the next few weeks. MGM Grand Detroit has no plans for poker anytime soon.  Poker is popular in Metro Detroit, but it is considered a high-risk activity for COVI-20 purposes. It is also limited to 15% capacity and has limited seating.
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Michigan Gaming Control Board authorizes latest online gambling operator

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians will launch an online gaming and sports betting platform. The state agency has approved several platforms in recent weeks. The latest platform was permitted to go live as of noon Monday. It will generate revenue for education, economic development and the Pokagion Band's tribal community.
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Detroit casinos report nearly $114M in revenue during March

MGM Grand Detroit, MotorCity Casino Hotel and Greektown Casino reported $113.8 million in monthly aggregate revenue in March. The casinos were reopened after an extended, state-ordered closure that began in November. MGM Grand led the market with 39% share, followed by Motor City with 38%, and Greecetown with 23%. The casino paid $9 million to the state in gaming taxes in the first quarter of the year.
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Detroit casino September revenues down 21.7% at 15% capacity

Detroit casino September revenues down 21.7% at 15% capacity. The casinos submitted $10.5 million in wagering taxes and development agreement payments to the city for September. They paid $7.1 million to Michigan, down 22% from last year. The control board hopes to license online gaming and sports betting by late fall. Final rules have been submitted to a legislative committee. It could waive review or call a hearing. Michigan has issued five internet gaming, four online sports bets provisional licenses.
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Announcement expected ‘very soon’ for online gambling

The Michigan Gaming Control Board is working to get provisional licenses for Michigan casinos and their platforms. Online gambling was legalized by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in December 2019. 15 casinos have been granted provisional licences. Some casinos will still be waiting for their licenses on opening day. The commercial casinos - MGM Grand Detroit, Motor City and Greektown - will pay an 8.4% tax on online gambling revenues.
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Online gambling in MI expected to launch mid-January

Online gambling in Michigan expected to launch mid-January. 15 casinos and their vendors have been approved. The state legislature's Joint Committee on Administrative Rules approved the regulations on Dec. 1. The commercial casinos will pay an 8.4% tax on online gambling revenues. 3.78% of the revenue goes to the state.
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Michigan Update: Online Gambling Looking Likely Now for January

The Michigan Gaming Control Board had hoped to launch online gambling before the end of 2020. Now it will take about six weeks. The Joint Committee on Administrative Rules, a bipartisan group of lawmakers from both the Michigan Senate and House of Representatives, approved final online gaming rules last Tuesday.
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