Moderate revenue changes for Ohio's 4 casinos
Written by Associated Press   
Monday, 09 December 2013 16:33

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Revenues at Ohio's four casinos changed only moderately last month.

Data released Monday by the Ohio Casino Control Commission shows that Cleveland's casino saw the most fluctuation, with a revenue increase from $19.5 million in October to $20.2 million in November. That's an increase of 3.5 percent.

Cincinnati's casino saw the largest drop, going from $18.2 million in October to $17.6 million last month. That's a drop of 3.3 percent.

Revenues at Columbus' casino dropped by 1 percent, to $17.5 million, while the Toledo casino's revenues went up by 1.2 percent to $14.8 million.

Statewide, casino revenues totaled $70.2 million in November. That's a 0.1 percent increase over October revenues.

Overall, the casinos have drawn more than $758 million so far this year.


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