The Ohio Casino Control Commission has released the latest figures for the month.
In September, Ohio’s casinos and racinos collectively generated $191.9 million in gambling revenue, as reported by the Ohio Casino Control Commission. This figure represents a 1.7% increase from the previous year’s record of $188.6 million in September 2022, though it reflects a slight 1.5% decrease compared to August 2023 when revenue reached $194.8 million.
Ohio’s four casinos contributed $83.1 million to this total, marking a 0.9% rise from August and a 2.1% increase from September 2022. The individual contributions from each casino were as follows: Hollywood Columbus generated $22.6 million, Jack Cleveland Casino $22 million, Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati $20.2 million, and Hollywood Toledo $18.4 million.
On the racino front, Ohio’s seven racinos collectively generated $108.2 million, which was a 3.3% decrease from August but represented a 1.5% year-over-year increase. The racinos and their respective revenues were as follows: MGM Northfield Park recorded $22.8 million, Miami Valley Gaming $19.4 million, Scioto Downs $18.2 million, JACK Thistledown Racino $15.4 million, Hollywood Mahoning Valley $13.2 million, Hollywood Dayton $12.9 million, and Belterra Park $6.9 million.
- Ohio Casino Control Commission
- Casino revenue
- Racino income
- Ohio gambling industry