State Approves Slots Reductions At Maryland Live, HorseshoeThe state's two largest casinos have been granted permission to switch out some slots for table games.
Md. Casinos Want To Swap Slots For Table GamesThe state's two largest casinos say they have a plan to make more money: switch out some slots for table games.
Opening Day Is Here For Baltimore City's New Horseshoe CasinoThe Horseshoe Casino has officially opened its doors to the public.
Workers Putting Final Touches On Horseshoe Casino FacilityBaltimore City is ten days away from its official entry into the world of gaming.
Training Underway For Hundreds At Horseshoe Casino In BaltimoreWe're just a few months away from Baltimore opening its first casino. The Horseshoe Casino is expected to create more than 1,500 jobs.
Md. Casino Revenue Totals Nearly $78M In MarchMaryland officials say the state's four casinos brought in nearly $78 million in revenue last month.
Maryland Casinos Generate $66.84 M in Revenue In November 2013The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Thursday that November 2013 revenue numbers for the state’s four casinos totaled $66,840,380.
MGM Proposes Entertainment Resort For CasinoMGM's proposed $925 million resort that it would build to house a casino in Prince George's County would feature a 300-suite hotel, 3,600 slots, 140 table games and seven restaurants.
Maryland Live! Ranks No. 1 Casino , Beating Out Heavy Hitters In Atlantic City One year after opening, Maryland Live! Casino is the number one casino in this region, even beating out the heavy hitters in Atlantic City.
24 Hour Gamble Pays Off For Employees At Maryland Live! CasinoGambling dollars are finding their way into the pockets of the employed. Maryland Live is adding more people to the workforce.
Rocky Gap Casino Opens Doors In Western MarylandThe newly christened Rocky Gap Casino Resort is opening its doors to the public in western Maryland.
Table Games Up And Running At Maryland Live! CasinoMaryland Live! Casino has taken its gaming to another level. Table games are now the new big thing, and officials say they expect big bucks to pour in because of it.