Tag: Hollywood Dayton

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Oct2018
The Federal Trade Commission has approved a $2.8 billion merger between Penn National Gaming and Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. Penn National owns and operates two casinos (Hollywood Columbus and Hollywood Toledo) and two racinos (Hollywood Mahoning Valley and Hollywood Dayton) in Ohio. Pinnacle Entertainment owns and operates a racino (Belterra Park) in Ohio. As ... Read More

18

Oct2018
Ohio’s four casinos saw revenues dip slightly (0.9%) in September, 2018, compared to September, 2017. Meanwhile, the state’s seven racinos experienced an 8.1% increase in revenues over September, 2017. Hollywood Columbus again led the casinos in total revenues with $17.4 million, a 1% decline over September of last year. Jack Cleveland had revenues ... Read More

06

Sep2018
Ohio’s four casinos generated $69.7 million in July, down slightly from last year’s July total of $69.9 million. Hollywood Columbus led the way. $19.4 million in revenues was 4% higher than a year ago. Jack Cincinnati checked in with revenues of $17.1 million, a 3% increase. Hollywood Toledo’s $17.2 million was ... Read More

31

Jul2018
For the fiscal year that just ended in June, Ohio’s seven racinos generated $987 million in revenue, a 6.1% increase over last year. Since 2015, racino revenue has grown each year, from $733 million in 2015 to $869 million in 2016 to last year’s $923 million. Hard Rock Rocksino has been the ... Read More

19

Jun2018
Three of the state’s four casinos showed increased revenues from a year ago. All four declined in revenue from April. Hollywood Columbus ($18.6 million), Hollywood Toledo ($17.5 million) and Jack Cincinnati ($17.04 million) were all right around a 1% increase from a year ago. But Jack Cleveland’s 10.5% decrease nullified the ... Read More

11

Jun2018

April Revenues

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Gambling revenues were up in all but one of the state’s eleven establishments in April as compared to a year ago. Jack Cleveland was the only casino to show a decline (-2%). Revenue of $17.2 million was also the lowest April total in the casino’s history. Hollywood Columbus led the way ... Read More

30

Jan2017
Overall, casino revenues in 2016 dropped nearly 2% from the previous year. Only Hollywood Columbus showed an increase ($213.5 million, up 1.5%). This was the first time that Hollywood Columbus has topped the annual casino revenue charts. JACK Cleveland, formerly Horseshoe Cleveland, experienced the largest decrease ($203.6 million, down 4.3%), but had been ... Read More

22

Jun2016
Ohio’s four casinos all experienced revenue declines from a year ago while the seven racinos all had revenue increases. JACK Cleveland, which recently closed for 40 hours for their makeover, experienced the largest decline. Revenues of $16 million were down 15% from a year ago. Hollywood Columbus ($17.8 million) and Horseshoe Cincinnati ($16.2 ... Read More

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May2016
All eleven of Ohio’s gambling establishments experienced revenue gains over a year ago. Horseshoe Cincinnati experienced the greatest increase among the casinos. Revenues of $17.5 million were a 10.1% increase over last year. Hollywood Toledo was up 8.9%, with revenues of $18.2 million. Horseshoe Cleveland generated the highest revenue with $19.1 million, a 4.6% ... Read More

18

Apr2016

Revenues Up in March

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Two of the four casinos and six of the seven racinos saw revenue increases over a year ago. Horseshoe Cleveland had the highest revenues among the casinos with $19.6 million. However, this was a 1% decline from a year ago. Hollywood Columbus, with revenues of $19 million, was up 4% from a ... Read More