Overall gaming revenue from slot machines and table games at the six casinos in Maryland totaled $161.4 million in August. That’s down 4.7% from a year ago, but the declines varied by individual casino.
Maryland Lottery and Gaming reports Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino generated $15.4 million in gaming revenue last month — down 10.6% from a year earlier.
MGM National Harbor had the second-largest year-over-year decline among the state’s three largest casinos, though it still generated the largest share of gaming revenue, at $68.4 million in August. That’s down 4.8% from a year ago.
Live! Casino and Hotel remains the second-largest Maryland casino in terms of gaming revenue, at $55.1 million in August. That’s down 3.1% from a year ago.