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Md. Casino Revenue Totals $90.2 Million for November

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BALTIMORE, Md. – Maryland's five casinos brought in $90.2 million dollars in November 2014, according to the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency.

Excluding the state's newest casino, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, revenue is down $40,567, or .06%, compared to November 2013.

Hollywood Casino Perryville in Cecil County generated $6,162,925 from slot machines and table games. Gross gaming revenue per unit per day was $149.93 for slot machines, $2,352.56 for banking table games and $358.53 for non-banking table games. State officials say Hollywood Casino's revenue decreased from November 2013 by $457,581, or 6.9%.

The Horseshoe Casino Baltimore generated $23,371,051 from both slot machines and table games in November, according to the agency. This casino opened in August 2014. Gross gaming revenue per unit per day was $171.99 for slot machines, $2,694.74 for banking table games and $1,027.22 for non-banking table games.

Maryland Live Casino generated $53,779,355 from both slot machines and table games in November, up $356,514, or .7% to November 2013. Officials say gross gaming revenue per unit per day was $258.52 for slot machines, $4,672.79 for banking table games and $1,357.23 for non-banking table games.

In Worcester County, the casino at Ocean Downs generated $3,336,323 in November, and its gross gaming revenue per unit per day was $139.01. The Agency says the casino at Ocean Downs' November 2014 revenue decreased by $132,052, or 3.8%, from November 2013.

Rocky Gap Casino Resort generated $3,521,211 from both slot machines and table games in November. Gross gaming revenue per unit per day was $167.55 for slot machines, $1,332.08 for banking table games and $357.07 for non-banking table games. Rocky Gap's November 2014 revenue increased by $192,553, or 5.8%, from November 2013.

November 2014's combined statewide revenue totaled $90,170,865.

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