Revenue from Maryland casinos saw a 6.1 percent boost last month over February 2017, totaling $136.6 million, according to figures released by Maryland Lottery and Gaming on Tuesday.
Three of the state’s six casinos saw their earnings grow year-over-year.
MGM National Harbor was the highest revenue generator, bringing in $53.1 million in February, up 16 percent from a year ago. Live Casino in Hanover was the next highest earner, though it saw a more tepid 1.5 percent growth, with almost $47 million in revenue. Ocean Downs Casino saw a 22.4 percent increase, two months after installing its first table games. The Eastern Shore casino reported nearly $5 million in revenue.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, Hollywood Casino Perryville and Rocky Gap Casino Resort all reported year-over-year decreases.
Horseshoe’s revenue dipped 2.7 percent, with $21.4 million in revenue; Hollywood Casino’s revenue was down 5.3 percent, bringing in $5.9 million; and Rocky Gap Casino Resort’s revenue fell 4 percent, with $4.2 million generated.