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Maryland casino revenue continued to slide in February

March 8, 2021

Maryland casino revenues took another tumble in February, with all six of the state’s casinos reporting drops compared with the year before. In all, the industry pulled in $126.2 million last month, a 16.6% year-over-year decrease, according to the latest numbers released Friday by Maryland Lottery and Gaming. Once again, Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino saw the biggest dip. Horseshoe’s February revenue, $14.3 million, was down 20% compared with a year ago. The casino has reported year-over-year declines each month since reopening last June.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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