Maryland casinos recorded a record-setting July, pulling in $181.5 million in total revenue, a 0.8% increase compared to a year ago.
The total revenue from slots and table games at Maryland’s six casinos last month was $1.4 million higher than July 2021’s total, according to the latest numbers released by Maryland Lottery and Gaming. The total surpassed the previous single-month record, setting a new high.
MGM National Harbor was one of just two casinos to see year-over-year gains in July, and brought in the highest gaming revenue in the state at $77.2 million. The total represents an increase of 6.8% from the same month a year ago.
Ocean Downs Casino on the Eastern Shore also saw an increase in July, with revenue totaling $10.5 million, a mere 0.2% increase.