Maryland’s six casinos had a combined total of $145.5 million in January gaming revenue, up 6.2% from a year ago, led by MGM National Harbor.
Of that total, $60.2 million goes to various state programs and $45.1 million is earmarked for the state’s Education Trust Fund.
MGM National Harbor had $58.2 million in January gaming revenue, up 4.1% from a year earlier.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, the state’s third largest casino, had $19.3 million in January gaming revenue, down 4.4%.
The state’s three smaller casinos, Ocean Downs, Rocky Gap and Hollywood Casino Perryville, all had double-digit gains in year-over-year gaming revenue last month.
Maryland Lottery and Gaming posts monthly and year-to-date casino proceeds distributions online.