Detroit casino revenue of $86.4 million down nearly 29% from last February – CDC Gaming Reports

Detroit’s three casinos reported $86.38 million in revenue for February, down nearly 29% from February 2020 — the last month before the coronavirus pandemic prompted casino closures and restrictions.

The monthly aggregate revenue results from MGM Grand Detroit, MotorCity Casino and Greektown Casino reflect the second full month the venues were open since an extended, state-ordered closure starting in November. Still, the locations are under capacity limits and must abide by other health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Tuesday’s report from the Michigan Gaming Control Board included revenue and taxes from table games and slots, as well as from retail sports betting and fantasy contests.



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