Maryland casinos generate $181.5 million in July, setting new state record

Maryland casinos generate $181.5 million in July, setting new state record

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  • Tim Swift, WBFF
August 5, 2022 7:10 PM
  • Tim Swift, WBFF

    Maryland casino generated $181.5 million last month, setting a new state record, the Maryland Lottery said Friday.

    MGM National Harbor in Prince George’s County earned the most revenue with $77,236,753. It was a 6.8% increase from July 2021.

    Maryland Live! in Hanover placed second with $61,571,273. Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore, Hollywood Casino in Perryville and Rocky Gap Casino in Western Maryland all saw year-over-year declines. The Horseshoe Casino had the steepest decline with revenue declining nearly 5% from July 2021. Ocean Downs outside of Ocean City saw a slight increase last month compared with July 2021.