The Ohio Casino Control Commission released October revenue figures, and Ohio’s casinos experienced a nearly 1 percent drop in revenue in October, although Jack Casino in Cleveland experienced a small increase.

At Hollywood Casino Toledo, revenues were down almost 1% at $16.1 million. Hollywood Casino Columbus revenues were down almost 3% at $17.8 million.  Penn National Gaming owns both casinos. While Jack Entertainment’s Jack Cincinnati Casino’s revenue was down .2% to $15.7 million, Jack Entertainment’s Cleveland Casino experienced a revenue increase of 1% to $16.9 million.

Overall, total revenue was down from $67.1 million in September to $66.5 million in October.  Despite the decrease, revenue for the year through October is up nearly 2% at $682.5 million as compared to $669.4 million last year. The revenue generated at the casinos still outpaced the seven racinos in Ohio, with October revenue down 1.4% in October.  The racinos year-to-date revenue, however, has outpaced the casinos revenue, increasing 7% to $802 million as compared to 2016 revenue through October of $750.2 million.


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