WARREN – Revenue at Ohio’s four casinos exceeded $ 67.6 million in February for the fourth consecutive month of growth, according to the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
The latest data from the commission shows that sales were up 4.2 percent last month from January and were $ 64.8 million.
Revenue has risen every month since November when Ohio put a now-suspended curfew to slow the spread of COVID-19. The curfew resulted in casinos restricting their hours of operation, resulting in lower revenue, but was lifted in early February.
Table games generated $ 18.4 million last month and slot sales were $ 49.1 million from $ 17.4 million and $ 47.3 million in January, an increase of 5, 5 percent and 3.7 percent correspond.
In February 2020, table games generated $ 24.9 million and slots generated $ 50.9 million, according to the commission.
The casinos in Ohio are the Jack Cleveland Casino, the Jack Cincinnati Casino, the Hollywood Casino Toledo, and the Hollywood Casino Columbus.
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