Four of Maryland’s five casinos posted revenue gains of at least 5 percent in September.
The figures, which were released Tuesday by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, reveal casino revenues totaled $87.4 million, an increase of $5 million over the same month last year.
The statistics also reveal that Maryland Live generated the most last month with $49.6 million, a 9 percent jump from a year ago.
The state’s newest casino, Horseshoe, was Maryland’s only casino not to record increases. It took in $22.1 million in September, a decrease of over 1 percent. Horseshoe opened in late August last year.
Hollywood Casino Perryville posted revenue increases of 5 percent, Casino at Ocean Downs grew by 15 percent and Rocky Gap Casino Resort’s revenue increased by over 6 percent.