A Maryland official said the state could lose nearly $250 million in revenue from casinos and lottery games because of the coronavirus pandemic.Read More »
Casino revenue increased in July to nearly $76 million, making it the second most successful month for Maryland’s casinos.Read More »
The Casino at Ocean Downs said it received approval from the Worcester County Planning Commission to construct a 35,000-square-foot expansion plus a back-of-house mezzanine adjacent to the casino and the Ocean Downs Racetrack.Read More »
The Casino at Ocean Downs, the Eastern Shore gambling facility where revenue doubles during the summer tourist season, may be poised for a record-breaking month.Read More »
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission plans to take a closer look at Penn National Gaming Inc.'s plan to split into two companies.
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Casino operators at Rocky Gap Lodge & Golf Resort are betting there will be enough demand to let the gambling facility stay open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Read More »
Gamblers could begin playing poker or blackjack in one Maryland casino as soon as March.
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A die must be made of cellulose, except for its spots, and cannot be smaller than three-quarters of an inch on each side. Value chips must be in the shape of a disk, and only in a denomination and color previously approved by regulators.Read More »