Detroit’s three casinos have reported an aggregate monthly revenue of $79.1m for November 2023.
$76m of this came from table games and slots, which is a 7 per cent decrease on the previous month and a 23.9 per cent decrease on the previous year. The three casinos paid $6.2m in gaming taxes to the state of Michigan through the month, as well as $9.4m in wagering taxes and development agreement payment to the City of Detroit.
$3.1m of the total revenue came from retail sports betting, which is a $2m increase on the previous month and a $1.2m increase on the previous year. The casinos reported paying $116,769 in gaming taxes to the state and $142,718 in wagering taxes to the City of Detroit.
The November market shares were 39 per cent for MGM, 34 per cent for MotorCity and 27 per cent for Hollywood Casino at Greektown.