BALTIMORE, MD—Maryland’s six casinos combined to generate $161,398,690 in revenue from slot machines and table games during August 2023, down $7,953,262 (-4.7%) compared to August 2022.
Casino gaming contributions to the state in August 2023 totaled $68,125,275, a decrease of $2,753,104 (- 3.9%) compared to August 2022.
Contributions to the Education Trust Fund in August 2023 were $49,130,230, a decrease of $2,365,932 (-4.6 %) compared to August 2022. 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 August 2023 are as follows:
- MGM National Harbor (2,301 slot machines, 209 table games)
$68,378,878 in August 2023, a decrease of $3,431,583 (-4.8%) from August 2022
- Live! Casino & Hotel (3,853 slot machines, 179 table games)
$55,067,729 in August 2023, a decrease of $1,733,292 (-3.1%) from August 2022
- Horseshoe Casino (1,410 slot machines, 122 table games)
$15,407,090 in August 2023, a decrease of $1,831,786 (-10.6%) from August 2022
- Ocean Downs Casino (866 slot machines, 19 table games)
$10,062,021 in August 2023, a decrease of $469,073 (-4.5%) from August 2022
- Hollywood Casino (671 slot machines, 19 table games)
$7,104,629 in August 2023, a decrease of $88,799 (-1.2%) from August 2022
- Rocky Gap Casino (621 slot machines, 16 table games)
$5,378,342 in August 2023, a decrease of $398,730 (-6.9%) from August 2022
Details on each casino’s gaming revenues and contributions to the State of Maryland are included in the attached charts, and both fiscal and calendar year-to-date totals are available online here (PDF).
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