Maryland’s six casinos generated record single-month gaming revenue of almost $151 million in March, and MGM National Harbor accounts for the lion’s share of that.
January was a good month for Maryland’s six casinos which had gaming revenue of $127.8 million, up 1.2 percent from one year ago.
As MGM National Harbor celebrates its first birthday, here’s a look back at some of the major events and milestones at the venue, as well as some of its attractions.
MGM National Harbor casino celebrates one year since it opened its doors in Prince George’s County. Here’s a look at how much money it has raked in, how it compares to other casinos in the nation and state, and how the casino has helped the county it calls home.
In November, Maryland’s six casinos logged $130.5 million in revenue, a 41.9 percent increase compared to a year earlier.
MGM National Harbor’s boost to Maryland’s casino revenues may be even bigger than anticipated, accounting for nearly 40 percent of all revenue generated by the state’s six casinos in October.
Six months after opening, MGM National Harbor continues to generate the lion’s share of gambling revenue among Maryland’s six casinos, and it appears to be coming at the expense of Maryland Live! at Arundel Mills.
Casino revenue in Maryland is not earned like one big, grand jackpot but is apparently generated just a few hundred dollars at a time.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland’s casinos are reporting gambling revenue of $72 Million for the month of June, up 8.4 percent from the same period last year. Numbers released this week by the state Lottery and…