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Maryland casinos generate $165.2 million in gaming revenue in December

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BALTIMORE, MD—Maryland’s six casinos combined to generate $165,175,099 in revenue from slot machines and table games during December 2022. The total represents a decrease of $7,726,403 (-4.5%) compared to December 2021.

Casino gaming contributions to the state in December 2022 totaled $69,686,506, a decrease of $1,411,802 (-2.0%) compared to December 2021.

Contributions to the Education Trust Fund (ETF) in December 2022 were $50,658,410, a decrease of $1,078,475 (-2.1%) compared to December 2021. Casino gaming revenues also support the communities and jurisdictions where the casinos are located, Maryland’s horse racing industry, and small, minority- and women-owned businesses.

Maryland’s six privately owned casinos offer both slot machines and table games: MGM National Harbor in Prince George’s County; Live! Casino & Hotel in Anne Arundel County; Horseshoe Casino Baltimore in Baltimore City; Ocean Downs Casino in Worcester County; Hollywood Casino Perryville in Cecil County; and Rocky Gap Casino Resort in Allegany County.

The gaming revenue totals for December 2022 are as follows:

MGM National Harbor (2,130 slot machines, 209 table games)
$69,371,972 in December 2022, a decrease of $5,141,369 (-6.9%) from December 2021

Live! Casino & Hotel (3,855 slot machines, 179 table games)
$59,665,153 in December 2022, a decrease of $2,752,833 (-4.4%) from December 2021

Horseshoe Casino (1,466 slot machines, 130 table games)
$16,809,892 in December 2022, a decrease of $244,903 (-1.4%) from December 2021

Hollywood Casino (699 slot machines, 19 table games)
$7,301,853 in December 2022, an increase of $106,419 (1.5%) from December 2021

Ocean Downs Casino (842 slot machines, 19 table games)
$7,202,656 in December 2022, an increase of $489,811 (7.3%) from December 2021

Rocky Gap Casino (614 slot machines, 16 table games)
$4,823,573 in December 2022, a decrease of $183,529 (-3.7%) from December 2021

Both fiscal and calendar year-to-date totals are available online here (PDF).

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