Maryland casinos continued to see gains in June as the last of the Covid-19 restrictions were lifted.
The state’s six casinos collectively generated $161.5 million last month, a 13% increase compared with June 2019. Maryland Lottery and Gaming, which tracks the monthly casino statistics, did not make any comparisons to June 2020, when casinos were closed for the majority of the month due to the pandemic.
MGM National Harbor topped the list in terms of gross revenue, as it often does, pulling in $63.7 million, a 12% increase compared to June 2019. The Prince George’s County casino didn’t see the biggest growth, however; that honor was reserved for Ocean Downs in Berlin, Maryland, which saw 29% revenue growth compared to the same month two years ago.