Ten of Ohio’s eleven gambling venues saw revenue increases in November over a year ago. All four casinos were up. Horseshoe Cincinnati had the biggest increase, up 4.5% to $16.5 million. Hollywood Columbus had the highest revenues of the month with $17.3 million, a 3% increase over last year. Hollywood Toledo was up 2.5% ($14.4 million) and Horseshoe Cleveland up 1.5% ($16.4 million).
Four of the seven racinos experienced double digit increases over last year. Belterra Park led the way with a 21% increase ($5.44 million) in revenues over last November. Scioto Downs, boosted by the opening of a brewpub, saw its revenues increase 14% ($11.7 million). Hard Rock Rocksino was next- its revenues of $16.3 million was a 12% increase over last year. Miami Valley, with revenues of $9.78 million, was up 11%. Hollywood Dayton ($6.78 million) and Mahoning Valley ($7.33 million) were each up 8% over last year. Thistledown was the only gambling establishment to show a decrease over last year, down 7.5% to $8.26 million.