WARREN – Revenues at the four Ohio casinos fell slightly in May after a record two months in March and April, but remained high as people became more comfortable spending pent-up entertainment money.
In May, revenues topped $ 86.8 million, about 6.1 percent less than casinos in April when they hit an all-time record of $ 92.5 million, according to the latest data from the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
The record in March was $ 91.6 million.
There is no data as of May 2020. The casinos were closed due to the virus outbreak and only reopened on June 18th. However, data from May 2019 shows that revenues in May 2021 were up 18.1 percent from two years ago.
In May 2021, table sales were $ 24.6 million, about 8.4 percent less than April’s $ 26.8 million. Slot revenue also fell, from $ 65.6
Million to $ 62.2 million, a difference of about 5.2 percent.
The four casinos in Ohio are JACK Cleveland Casino, Hard Rock Cincinnati Casino, Hollywood Toledo Casino, and Hollywood Columbus Casino.
Hollywood Columbus Casino had the highest revenue in May at around $ 23 million.
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