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Ohio’s casinos and racinos see gains in March

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Gambling revenue at Ohio’s casinos and racinos was up in March, marking the second time in three months that Ohio’s gambling revenues have improved year-over-year.

The state’s 11 casinos and racinos collected a combined $223.5 million of revenue in March, up from $217.7 million in March 2023, according to data compiled from Casino and Lottery commission reports. This is the money kept by the gambling houses, after paying out winnings, but before state taxes and fees.

Statewide March 2023 March 2024
Revenue $122,691,334 $128,720,001
JACK Thistledown Racjno    
Revenue $16,683,329 $16,831,925
MGM Northfield Park    
Revenue $26,381,256 $28,323,170
Hollywood Mahoning Valley    
Revenue $14,916,450 $16,029,324
Scioto Downs    
Revenue $21,405,569 $21,152,271
Miami Valley Gaming    
Revenue $20,539,713 $23,351,321
Belterra Park    
Revenue $8,076,465 $8,001,918
Hollywood Dayton    
Revenue $14,688,552 $15,030,072

Statewide March 2023 March 2024
Revenue $95,037,718 $94,749,030
JACK Cleveland Casino    
Revenue $24,416,777 $24,510,390
Hollywood Columbus    
Revenue $24,305,580 $25,550,809
Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati    
Revenue $24,015,882 $22,226,271
Hollywood Toledo    
Revenue $22,299,479 $22,461,560

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