Maryland’s six casinos took in $141 million in December
January 10, 2018 9:59 AM
by Robert Mann
Maryland’s six casinos took in $141 million in December, the second-best revenue month ever. The first Maryland casino opened in in 2010.
MGM National Harbor led all state casinos reporting $56.5 million from table games and slot machines, according to figures released last week by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency.
Maryland’s newest gambling center is now just more than a year old, opening to the public on Dec. 8, 2016. Revenue in December 2017 was up 34.9 percent from December 2016, a reporting period that was eight days shorter
Maryland’s casino revenue record was established last March at $141.2 million, only $131,988 more than last month’s total.