Maryland Casino

Maryland Casinos See Record Revenues In NovemberMaryland casinos add a mark in the win column for the month of November.
Horseshoe Casino Generates Nearly $6 Million In First 6 DaysRecord setting numbers. Revenues from Maryland casinos reached a new monthly record in August, topping $80 million for the first time.
Baltimore Mayor Welcomes Horseshoe Casino With Big RevealThe stage has been set for one of the newest additions to downtown Baltimore.
Md. Casinos Generate More Than $72 Million During JuneMaryland officials say the state's four casinos brought in more than $72 million in revenue last month.
Horseshoe Casino Expected To Open In Baltimore Aug. 26 Baltimore's new Horseshoe Casino will celebrate its grand opening on Aug. 26, 2014 pending regulatory approval.
Charles Town Casino Copes With Md. CompetitionAs competition increases from Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland, West Virginia casinos are losing customers.
Md. Casinos Generate $65M In Revenue In DecemberState gaming officials say Maryland's four casinos generated more than $65 million in revenue.
No Gamble Here: Maryland Casinos Bring Big BucksThere's big money on the table. Maryland casinos continue bringing in millions in state revenue.
Hiring Set To Begin Soon For Maryland's 5th CasinoConstruction on Maryland's fifth casino is ahead of schedule and hiring is set to begin soon. This all comes as the state reveals how much cash casinos brought in last fiscal year.
Maryland Live! Casino Earns Maryland Almost $1M A Day In TaxesHitting the jackpot. Another record-setting month for Maryland's largest casino. Maryland Live! now brings in nearly a million dollars a day in taxes for the state.
Maryland Live! Casino Will Open At Arundel Mills In 1 WeekIt's just about a week until the grand opening of a new casino. Maryland Live at Arundel Mills will be one of the largest in the region.
O'Malley Not Eager For Table Games In MarylandGov. Martin O'Malley said Wednesday he believes a push to legalize table games in Maryland casinos is a distraction to more productive actions lawmakers should be discussing to improve the state this legislative session.