MGM National Harbor topped $50 million in monthly revenue for the seventh time in November and three Maryland casinos reported revenue increases — including Ocean Downs, which is undergoing an expansion and wants to add table gaming.
Overall, the six casinos generated $130.5 million — an increase of $38.5 million, or 41.9 percent, over the same month last year, according to figures released Tuesday by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency.
MGM opened in Prince George's County on Dec. 8, 2016, growing the state’s gambling market and quickly becoming its casino revenue leader. It recorded $50.6 million from slots and table games in November.
Since MGM opened, the state’s next two largest casinos, Live Casino & Hotel and Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, have lost some market share compared to 2016.
Horseshoe, near M&T Bank Stadium, has been harder hit. It generated $22.7 million in November, down 20.3 percent. Live, which is adjacent to Arundel Mills mall, reported a 13.5 percent dip to $43.4 million.