The Maryland Racing Commission said this week it will create rules for how it’s going to split up money from the state’s casinos that is ticketed for Maryland’s two harness racetracks.
The Maryland Lottery says the state’s two casinos generated more than $13.2 million last month, marking a decline for the first time this year.
The Maryland Lottery says the state’s two casinos had about $13.6 million in gross revenue for April.
Maryland’s second casino is opening.
The general manager of the Casino at Ocean Downs says the facility has been granted a license to operate video lottery terminals.
A slots parlor at the Ocean Downs horse track is scheduled to open Jan. 4 if a demonstration run at the end of this month is successful.