Maryland's six casinos all enjoy positive year-on-year revenue growth in June as statewide tally grows 14% to just under $149m.
Maryland casinos smash old revenue record in May as all six venues post year-on-year gains for the first time since MGM's National Harbor opened in 2016.
MGM Resorts tops April casino revenue charts in both Maryland and Detroit, each of which were coming off record revenue results in March.
Maryland's six casinos set new revenue record in March, while MGM Resorts' National Harbor sets new individual property high-water mark.
Maryland casino gaming revenue enjoys modest gain in February; Cordish Gaming's Live! Casino preps state's first gaming, smoking and drinking patio.
Maryland's six casinos eke out a modest year-on-year revenue gain in January, but only two properties post year-on-year gains.
Maryland's newest casino National Harbor set a new revenue record in December, while the state came within a whisker of breaking its overall record.
Ocean Downs, the only one of Maryland's six casinos to not offer table games, preps for December 18 regulatory test of new table product.
MGM Resorts' National Harbor casino maintains its death grip on Maryland's gaming revenue, while Horseshoe Baltimore revenue falls by more than one-quarter.
A dead initiative to make sports betting in casinos legal will be resurrected in Maryland next year.