Detroit Casino Revenue Declines to $113.8m in August — MGCB Reports
The combined revenue of the three Detroit casinos totaled $113.8m in August, 2.7% down from July figures. The amount is, however, 64.2% higher than the one from August 2020, when casinos were operating at a maximum of 15% capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MGM Grand Detroit leads the August 2021 revenue list with $52.2m, while the MotorCity Casino and Greektown Casino got $36.5m and $23.4m, respectively. $9.1m were paid in gaming taxes to the state, with $13.3m more to the city.
The biggest revenue share ($112.2m) was brought by slots and table games. Sports bets brought in $1.7m, 36.1% more than the previous month. $851,920 out of those $1.7m were brought by the MGM Grand Detroit casino, $232,675 — by Motor City, and $232,675 — by Greektown.