Ohio’s 11 casinos and racinos reported bringing in a combined $215.6 million in revenue last month, nearly topping the record amount of revenue recorded last April.
April’s combined revenue fell just shy of the record $217.1 million brought in during the same month a year ago, according to reports released by the Ohio Casino Control Commission and the Ohio Lottery Commission. Ohio’s four casinos accounted for $92.8 million of last month’s total – off about $300,000 from April 2021. Meanwhile, the state’s seven racinos posted $122.7 million in revenue for last month – $1.8 million less than in April 2021.
Of the four casinos, Hollywood Casino Toledo was the lone establishment that brought in less revenue last month compared to April 2021, totaling $21.1 million compared to $24.7 million a year earlier. By comparison, Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati posted $24.4 million in revenue last month, a significant increase from the $21.3 million reported for April 2021. JACK Cleveland Casino improved from $22.6 million for April 2021 to $23.1 million for April 2022, while Hollywood Columbus brought in $24.3 million last month, compared to $24.1 million in April 2021.
Among the seven racinos, JACK Thistledown Racino brought in $17.2 million last month, down from $19.5 million posted for April 2021. MGM Northfield Park posted $26.1 million for last month, compared to $24.5 million for April 2021.
Also, Hollywood Mahoning Valley brought in $14.5 million last month, down from $15.1 million for April 2021. Eldorado Scioto Downs improved from $21.7 million for April 2021 to $22.5 million in revenue for April 2022. And Miami Valley Gaming brought in $20.1 million last month, up from $19.2 million for April 2021.
Rounding out the pack, Hollywood Dayton ($15.3 million down to $14.2 million) and Belterra Park ($9.2 million down to $8.6 million) brought in less revenue last month compared to April 2021, respectively.
For the year, the casinos and racinos have accounted for $782 million in revenue.