Revenue continues to rise at Ohio casinos

By Oliver Rudgewick

Gaming revenue at Ohio’s four state-approved casinos increased 5% year-on-year in August to $70.3m.

The four casinos in the state are shared between Penn National and Jack Entertainment, who each own two casinos.

At Hollywood Casino Toledo, revenue increased 3% to $16.7 million last month; up from $16.2m. At Hollywood Casino Columbus, the Toledo gaming house’s sister property, revenue totalled $18.4m, up 1% from $18.2m. Both casinos are owned by Penn.  

Jack Cincinnati Casino recorded the highest revenue increase for the month, as revenue was up 15% from $15.4m to $17.7m. At the Jack Cleveland Casino, revenue was up 4%% to $17.5m.

State-wide revenue totals through the first eight months were $560.4m, up 2%, with all four casinos recording year-on-year growth for the year to date.


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