BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Maryland Lottery and Gaming announced Monday that Maryland’s six casinos generated $149,087,494 in December.

That’s a $706,081 increase, or 0.5%, more than in December 2018.

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Contributions to the State of Maryland from December 2019 casino gaming revenue totaled $60,612,440, including $45,459,073 for the Education Trust Fund.

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Three of the six casinos saw year-over-year increases compared to their December 2018 gaming revenue totals.

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MGM National Harbor brought in the most money out of the six casinos, bringing in $62,615,156.