Maryland Casinos Generate $119.4M During DecemberMaryland's six casinos generated $119,356,448 in gaming revenue during December 2020, according to Maryland Lottery and Gaming. 
Maryland Casinos Generate $130.4M In November, Down More Than 7% From Last YearMaryland's casinos made $130,377,478 in gaming revenue during November, according to Maryland Lottery and Gaming. 
Lottery Sales Up More Than 20 Percent Despite Coronavirus; Casino Numbers Remain DownDespite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, lottery sales in Maryland in recent weeks have been up by more than 20 percent over last year, the state's lottery and gaming director told lawmakers Tuesday.
Maryland Casinos Generate $140.8 Million During NovemberFour of the state's six casinos saw year-over-year increases compared to their November 2018 gaming revenue totals.
Maryland Casinos Generate $143.9M During October 2019, Down 8.9 Percent From 2018Maryland Lottery and Gaming announced Tuesday that October 2019 gaming revenues for the state's six casinos were $143,895,409, an 8.9 percent decrease compared to this time last year.
More Than $142M Generated By Maryland Casinos During SeptemberMaryland Lottery and Gaming generated $142,223,137 in gaming revenues for the state’s six casinos during September 2019.
Maryland Casinos Generate $154.3M During AugustMaryland Lottery and Gaming announced Thursday that August 2019 gaming revenues for the state’s six casinos were $154,260,719 – the fourth-best month in the history of Maryland’s casino gaming program. 
Maryland Casinos Generate $145.2 Million In AprilMaryland Lottery and Gaming reported the April 2019 revenues for the state's six casinos amounted to more than $145 million.
Maryland Casinos Generate Record-Setting $163.3 Million During MarchMaryland Lottery and Gaming announced that March 2019 gaming revenues for the state's six casinos set a single-month record of $163,262,848.
Maryland Casinos Generate $140 Million During NovemberRevenues for the state's six casinos are up over seven percent in November, compared to the previous year, totaling just more than $140 million.