Maryland casinos pulled in $162.7 million last month, a slight uptick compared with a year ago. Sports betting handles in the state, meanwhile, continued to fall in relation to recent months, as a commission forges ahead on opening new avenues for wagering. Total revenues from slots and table games at Maryland’s six casinos increased by 0.8% compared with June of 2021, according to the latest numbers released by Maryland Lottery and Gaming.
Maryland casinos generate $163M in June. Here’s how much came from MGM National Harbor.
July 14, 2022