Casino Revenue Up In Maryland

(Baltimore, MD) — Revenue is up at Maryland casinos. The state Lottery and Gaming agency says the state’s six casinos brought in more than 159-million dollars in February. That’s a year-over-year increase of about two-point-two-million dollars, or one-point-four-percent. MGM National Harbor brought in the most money last month, at 67-million dollars, followed by Live! Casino & Hotel at more than 59-million. The six casinos contributed more than nearly 68-million dollars to the state.