Maryland’s second-largest casino, Live! at Arundel Mills, which is wrapping up a major expansion, generated $47 million from its slots and table games last month — up about 1 percent from a year earlier.
Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino continues to see a decline in gaming revenue, generating $24.9 million in March. That’s down nearly 8 percent from March of last year.
Gaming revenue increased at Maryland’s three smaller casinos compared to a year earlier — up 2.4 percent at Hollywood Casino Perryville; up more than 26 percent at Ocean Downs Casino; and up less than one percent at Rocky Gap Casino Resort.
Maryland’s share of casino revenue, by law, goes to the Maryland Education Trust Fund, local impact grants, local jurisdictions, the state’s horse racing industry and the Maryland General Fund.