MD Sportsbooks Handle $25M, State Receives $134K ContributionMaryland’s five sportsbooks handled more than $25.5 million in bets in February, which included Super Bowl Sunday, and paid out more than $24.5 million to bettors, Maryland Lottery and Gaming announced Thursday.
Maryland Casinos Bring In Nearly $163M In February, State Agency SaysMaryland's six casinos brought in nearly $163 million in February revenue, a 29.1% increase from the year prior when the buildings were operating under COVID-19 capacity restrictions, Maryland Lottery and Gaming said.
2 More Sports Wagering Applications Forwarded To State Committee; Five Casinos On Track To Open Sportsbooks In December“Everything is on pace for the first public openings to happen in December,” Maryland Lottery and Gaming Director John Martin said
Five Maryland Casinos Approved For Sports WageringBy a 5-2 vote, a state committee approved sports wagering licenses for five Maryland casinos, joining dozens of other states in legalizing sportsbooks.
Maryland Gaming Commission Approves Partnerships Between Casinos, Sportsbook OperatorsWhile sports betting licenses for five Maryland casinos remain in limbo, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission on Thursday approved partnerships between sportsbook operators and the casinos awaiting final approval from a state commission.
Gaming Commission Forwards Sports Wagering Applications From Hollywood Casino, Ocean Downs; No Date Set For State ApprovalThe Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission on Thursday announced it was forwarding the sports wagering applications of Hollywood Casino in Perryville and Ocean Downs Casino in Berlin to a state commission for final approval. But it's not yet clear when the Sports Wagering Application Review Commission, which awards licenses for sportsbooks, is going to meet nex
MD Casinos Bring In $168.5 Million In August, Agency SaysMaryland's six casinos brought in just shy of $168.5 million in revenue during August, a 12.6% increase from the same time a year ago when casino capacity was capped at 50% due to the pandemic.
Loophole Keeps Casino Money In Md. Politics Maryland's ban on political contributions by casino owners hasn't stopped one of them from donating tens of thousands of dollars to candidates.