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Maryland Casino's Revenue Continues to Rise

Maryland Casino's Revenue Continues to Rise

While some area's of the USA struggles with casino's losing revenue, closing down due to bankruptcy or experience no growth at all, the scenery in Maryland is much different. Here the five casinos are thriving and continues to experience growth in their revenue numbers year-on-year.


The numbers has been going up steadily since 2012 and the 2014 numbers are no different so far. The casino revenues in 2013 went up 32% compared to 2012 and in 2014 it looks like it will contiue to rise explosively. Meanwhile the revenues in other casino hub's such as New Jersey and Delaware experienced a fall.


September was a great month for the Maryland casinos, as the revenues increased 26% year-on-year to $82 million. Compared to this years August numbers, the growth was not that big however, as the revenues only increased by $2 million in total.


Each casino's revenue might drop in 2016 however, as a new casino is planned to be built in Prince George's County. It might still be positive for the state however, as the revenues might increase even more with a new casino.

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