Detroit casino revenue dips slightly in September

| By Marese O'Hagan
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has reported revenue of $110.4m (£81.1m/€95.6m) in September across its three Detroit casinos.

This was a 3.0% drop compared to August, but a 25.5% rise compared to novel coronavirus (Covid-19) hit September 2020, when casinos were operating at 15% capacity.

Detroit’s MGM Grand venue generated the highest monthly gaming revenue out of Detroit’s three casinos, at $48.4m. This was a yearly rise of 34%, but a monthly decrease of 7.3%.

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