Maryland gambling establishments continued to see gains in June as the last of the Covid-19 constraints were lifted.
The state’s six casinos collectively created $161.5 million last month, a 13% boost compared with June 2019. Maryland Lotto and Video gaming, which tracks the regular monthly gambling establishment statistics, did not make any contrasts to June 2020, when casinos were closed for the majority of the month due to the pandemic.
Statewide, mask required and social distancing guidelines are now gone, as are the capability restrictions that topped the variety of guests each gambling establishment could accommodate throughout much of the pandemic. After months of shutdowns and limitations in 2020, casinos started a rebound this spring, tape-recording brand-new profits high in Might as well as growth in March and April.
Five of Maryland’s six gambling establishments reported private development compared to 2019, the last complete year with no industry-wide interruptions. Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino, on the other hand, once again reported a decline compared with 2019.