February downturn for Maryland casinos

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Land-based casino activity in Maryland declined 3.6 per cent year-on-year in February.

Revenue of US$167.1m was down $5.9m from February 2022’s postings.

Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino suffered the biggest individual year-on-year drop, with February gaming revenue slumping 8.1 per cent to $16.3m.

MGM National Harbor, where revenue dropped only 0.4 per cent to $65.6m, was the most stable of Maryland’s six casinos, which all suffered a downturn in February.

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