Hollywood Toledo was the only casino that saw a revenue increase over July, with a 2.9% increase to $15.86 million. The biggest decline was Horseshoe Cleveland with revenues of $18.91 million, a 4.8% decrease over July. This represented Horseshoe Cleveland’s lowest total since opening in May of 2012. Hollywood Columbus dropped 3.4% over July, to $16.89 million. Horseshoe Cincinnati saw a slight dip of .3% over July, to $19.19 million.
The racinos split. Scioto Downs was down slightly to $11.10 million, a .5% decrease over July. Thistledown saw its revenues increase 3.6%, to $11.80 million.
Declining, or stagnant, revenues are part of a national trend. In July, even Vegas took a hit. Revenues were down 14.4% from the previous year.