Detroit casino revenue dips slightly in April; sports betting emerges as bright spot

Detroit casino revenue dips slightly in April; sports betting emerges as bright spot

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  • Kory Woods, mlive.com
May 14, 2024 8:45 PM
  • Kory Woods, mlive.com

Compared to the same time last year, Detroit’s three casinos — MGM, Hollywood Casino at Greektown and Motor City — saw dips in revenue for table games and slots for the month of April 2024.

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Last month, the trio of establishments saw a 1.6% dip compared to April 2023. Additionally, this April’s revenue was an 11.8% decrease compared to the previous month (March). The monthly gaming revenue outcomes for the casinos showed a mixed performance compared to April of last year. In comparison, MGM was down 0.7% to $49.86 million and Motor City was down 4.5% to $32.68 million.

Hollywood Casino at Greektown on the other hand experienced a 0.6% increase to $25.33 million.