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Revenue at Maryland’s casinos reaches $69.2 million in May

June 16th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

Revenue at the state's casinos climbed to nearly $69.2 million in May, the first full month of table games at Maryland Live Casino as well as the initial days of the state's newest casino in Allegany County, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency reported Wednesday.

The Baltimore Sun reports revenue at Maryland Live in Anne Arundel County, which celebrates its one-year anniversary Thursday, totaled $55 million in May for its 4,319 slot machines and 122 table games. The latter were introduced April 11, and officials accurately predicted they would raise the facility's revenues by more than 20 percent.

Rocky Gap Casino Resort, which opened May 22, generated $776,133 in slot machine and table game revenue. Rocky Gap has 554 slot machines and 10 table games

 

One Response to “Revenue at Maryland’s casinos reaches $69.2 million in May”

  1. June 16, 2013 at 10:04 am, Patrick said:

    Yay! Take more money from people who can’t afford it, so the state can give it back to them as welfare and can then be spent again in the casino and….

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