Cordish Gaming's Maryland casino comes within $1m of dethroning MGM's National Harbor; Horseshoe Baltimore opens new smoking terrace with gaming tables.
Somebody somewhere put the brakes on Maryland’s casino activity last month.
Maryland reports modest dip in August's casino gaming revenue; casino cash to help fund $375m facelift for Baltimore's Pimlico racetrack.
Horseshoe Baltimore recorded its worst month ever, taking in only $18.2 million in gross gaming revenue.
Maryland's casino gaming revenue suffers modest dip in June but Horseshoe Casino Baltimore's revenue sinks nearly one-fifth to new all-time low.
Maryland's six casino operators report revenue of $152.3m, the market's fourth-best month on record, despite posting a year-on-year decline.
Maryland casinos have solid if unspectacular April, while Horseshoe Casino Baltimore plans $15m gaming and smoking patio called The Terrace.
Maryland's casino gaming revenue blows in like a lion in March, generating a total of $163.3m, 3.4% higher than the previous record set last October.
Any chance of sports gambling making it to Maryland this year is officially dead. which means Marylanders will now have to wait at least two years before they can legally start making sports wagers in the state.
As sports betting quickly spreads throughout the U.S., each state is trying to get in on the game before they lose their share of the pot.