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Maryland casinos draw 4th best month, 2 casinos see revenue drop

May 5th, 2022 by WCBC Radio

WBAL reports two out of six Maryland casinos reported a decline in revenue in April, but all are up overall, according to the latest figures from the state. Horseshoe Casino saw its revenue go down 3.8% in April, compared to April of last year when the casino was at 50% capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions. This follows a 4.6% drop in March 2022.

Horseshoe is one of two of the state's casinos that saw a revenue drop in April. Hollywood Casino in Cecil County also saw its revenue drop — 0.007% year to year.

Statewide revenues at the six casinos, including Rocky Gap,  were up a combined 5.3% in April, making it the fourth-best month in history.