Tag: revenue

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Sep2015

Racinos on a Roll

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For the fourth consecutive month, Ohio’s seven racinos have exceeded the four casinos in revenue. July racino revenues totaled a near record $73.1 million, only behind May’s $73.6 million. Casino revenues totaled $69.5 million, a modest $1.5 million above last year (2.2%) but $6 million more than in June. Horseshoe Cleveland saw no ... Read More

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May2015
According to a recent report by RubinBrown LLP, Ohio had the largest annual increase in gaming revenues in 2014. 23 states have commercialized gambling. Only eight increased revenues in 2014. Ohio’s $1.45 billion was a 35.5 percent increase over 2013 revenues. Three new racinos opened in 2014. But the picture was ... Read More

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May2015
For only the second time since commercial gambling was legalized in Ohio, revenues from Ohio’s seven racinos ($70.5 million) exceeded those of the state’s four casinos ($69.5 million). Hard Rock racino, with revenues of $17.2 million in April, led the way with a 17.7 percent increase over last year. Scioto Downs was ... Read More

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Apr2015
Ohio's eleven gambling establishments, four casinos and seven racinos, had a record-breaking month with combined revenues of $145.6 million. The previous high was $135.4 million last December. But casino revenues were down from a year ago. The sharpest decline was Horseshoe Cincinnati. Revenues of $17.5 million represented a 13.2 percent ... Read More

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Mar2015
Rock Ohio Ventures redeemed a 20 percent minority interest held by one of Caesars subsidiaries and now owns 100 percent of Horseshoe Cleveland, Horseshoe Cincinnati, and Thistledown racino. According to Rock Ohio's CEO, nothing changes for customers. Caesars will still manage the facilities. The properties will still be part of ... Read More

12

Mar2015

Up and Down Gambling

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Three of Ohio's four casinos showed a decline in revenues from a year ago, but overall, gambling revenues were up slightly (1.1 percent). Horseshoe Cleveland was the only casino with increased revenues from a year ago, up 14.7 percent, to $20.1 million. Horseshoe Cincinnati, with revenues of $15.6 million, declined ... Read More

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Feb2015

January Revenues Up

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Revenues at three of Ohio’s four casinos were up from a year ago. Hollywood Toledo led the way with a 24.2 percent increase over January 2014 ($14.3 million). Hollywood Columbus had the highest revenue for the month. The $17.9 million was a 17 percent increase over last year. This was also the third time ... Read More

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Jan2015

December Revenues Up

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With the exception of the Thistledown racino, all of Ohio’s gaming facilities that were open a year ago, saw revenue increases. Horseshoe Cleveland had its best month since March 2013 with revenues of $21.3 million, a 16.5% increase over last year.  Among the casinos, the largest increase was at Horseshoe ... Read More

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Dec2014

Survey Says

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A study conducted by Oxford Economics indicates that the gaming industry was responsible for $2.2 billion of Ohio’s economy in 2013. The industry employed nearly 14,000 and generated $672.5 million in tax revenues. Gambling revenue totaled $1.07 billion, well below the $1.9 billion that was projected in 2009 when gambling ... Read More

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Dec2014
Every gambling establishment that was open a year ago (4 casinos and 2 racinos) experienced revenue declines in November. Hollywood Columbus had the smallest decline, $16.8 million which was down from $17.5 million a year ago, a 4.1% decrease. Hollywood Toledo had the next smallest decline with revenues of $14 ... Read More