Maryland Casinos Pick Up Steam as April Revenue Reaches third-best on Record

Maryland Casinos Pick Up Steam as April Revenue Reaches third-best on Record

April's revenue for Maryland's six casinos was 11.6% higher than in April 2019. The previous year's COVID-19 pandemic saw many casinos shut down or operating at reduced capacity.

Maryland Casinos' April revenue reached $162.1 million. It was $16.78 million more than April 2019. The casinos were closed in April of last year due to COVID-19. Maryland is closing in on establishing a legal sports betting market.

Maryland Casinos' April revenue reached third-best on record. MGM National Harbor reported the biggest increase with $62,254 million. Live! Casino & Hotel saw a 21.7% increase in revenue. Hollywood Casino reported 36.5% more than in April 2019. Casins gave the state $69.92 million last month.

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