Maryland’s six casinos grew its monthly revenue by 7.3 percent in November, led by big increases at MGM National Harbor and Live! Casino & Hotel.
The $140.1 million brought in during the month was up from $130.5 million in November 2017.
MGM National Harbor in Prince George’s County continued to lead the pack, growing revenue by 13.2 percent to $57.3 million. Live! Casino & Hotel in Hanover reported revenue of $48.7 million in November, up 12 percent from the year-ago period.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore saw the largest decrease during the month, posting a 14.2 percent drop to $19.5 million. In November 2016, a month before the MGM debuted, the casino’s year-over-year revenue increased by 15.9 percent to $28.5 million.
Revenue at Hollywood Casino Perryville fell 5.9 percent to $5.4 million in November. Rocky Gap Casino Resort’s revenue declined 2.7 percent to nearly $4 million.
Ocean Downs Casino posted a 34.3 percent increased to $5.3 million in November.Read the full story from the Washington Business Journal.