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, or 4.7 per cent compared to August 2022.
Casino gaming contributions to the state in August 2023 totaled $68,125,275, a decrease of $2,753,104, down 3.9 per cent compared to August 2022.
Contributions to the Education Trust Fund in August 2023 were $49,130,230, a decrease of $2,365,932, down 4.6 per cent 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.
MGM National Harbor led the market with 2,301 slot machines, 209 table games and revenues of $68.3m in August 2023, a decrease of 4.8 per cent from August 2022
Live! Casino & Hotel had more slots at 3,853 slot machines, along with 179 table games but generated
$55m in August 2023, a decrease of 3.1 per cent from August 2022.
Horseshoe Baltimore was down 10.6 per cent at $15.4m, Ocean Downs Casino and Racetrack was down 4.5 per cent to $10m
Hollywood Casino – Perryville was down 1.2 per cent to $7.1m whilst Rocky Gap Casino Resort was down 6.9 per cent to $5.3m.