Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending

Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending

In February, the six land-based casinos generated $162,965,304 in total gaming revenue. This figure represents an increase of $36,757,280 compared to February 2021.

The amount of money received by the state from casino gaming contributions has increased by $15 million compared to the same time last year. The Education Trust Fund received nearly $50 million.

Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending. MGM National Harbor in Prince George’s County, Live! Casino & Hotel in Anne Arundel County and Horseshoe Casino Baltimore offer slots and table games.

Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending. MGM National Harbor, Live! Casino & Hotel, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, Ocean Downs Casino, Hollywood Casino Perryville, Rocky Gap Casino Resort in Allegany County are the casinos in Maryland.

Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending. MGM National Harbor will earn $65,837,104 in February 2022, an increase of $15,003,861 from February 2021.

Live! Casino & Hotel has 3,717 slot machines and 187 table games. The casino will earn $59,438,059 in February 2022, an increase of $14,468,374 from February 2021.

Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending. Horseshoe Casino will earn $17,718,142 in February 2022, an increase of $3,403,987 from February 2021.

Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending. Hollywood Casino (714 slot machines, 18 table games) will earn $7,866,631 in February 2022.

Maryland Casino Revenue Up as Sports Betting Still Pending. Ocean Downs Casino (823 slot machines, 18 table games) will earn $6,592,413 in February 2022, an increase of $787,043 (13.6%) from February 2021.

Maryland Lottery and Gaming is responsible for overseeing operations of the state's casino. Rocky Gap Casino will have $5.5 million in February 2022, an increase of $1.523 million from February 2021.

Maryland Sports Betting Update. Five of the eight casinos offer retail sports betting. The five casinos brought in $32.5 million in betting handle in February. Retail sportsbetting launched on Dec. 9 and is still in the works. It could launch in fall.

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