Maryland casino revenue rises to $75.8 million in May

Up Rise money DollarBiz Journals – Maryland casino revenue climbed nearly 10 percent in May , with the bulk of gaming coming from Maryland Live Casino.

The state’s four casinos brought in $75.8 million during the month, up $6.6 million from $69.2 million in May 2012.

Maryland Live, the state’s largest casino, generated $59.5 million, up 8.1 percent from $4.5 million a year before. The casino operates 4,204 slot machines and 189 table games.

Hollywood Casino Perryville’s revenue dropped 8.7 percent, or $748,272, to $7.8 million in May. The casino operates 1,158 slot machines and 22 table games.

Casino at Ocean Downs brought in $4.7 million, down 1.2 percent from May 2013. The gaming venue houses 800 slot machines.

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