Detroit casino revenue reaches $109m in April

The three land-based casinos in Detroit, Michigan, generated revenue of $ 109.0 million in April, of which $ 1.5 million was from sports betting.

Year-on-year comparisons were not possible as casinos were closed for the whole of April 2020 due to novel coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions in the state.

However, Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) announced that revenue was down 12.9% from $ 125.1 million in April 2019 – before retail sports betting was legalized – and 3.1% below the 110 value .9 million USD as of March this year.

Table and slots games accounted for $ 107.4 million of total revenue for the month, while sports betting contributed $ 1.5 million. The MGCB also recorded fantasy sports revenue of $ 889,532.

In terms of operator performance, MGM held 40% of the total revenue share in Detroit, ahead of MotorCity with 37% and Greektown with 23%.

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