Maryland casinos generate $170.6m in gaming revenue in March
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission has reported that Maryland’s casinos had their fourth-best month on record in March.
US.- Maryland’s six casinos generated $170.6m in gaming revenue in March, which is the fourth-best single-month figure on record. Revenue was up $966,000 from March 2021, when a 50 per cent Covid capacity restriction was still in place at the state’s six casinos (the restriction was lifted for four casinos on March 12, 2021).
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission reported that the state’s casinos generated over $52.3m for Maryland’s Education Trust Fund (ETF), which is $700,000 more than the ETF contributions in the same period last year.
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