A drop of 5% between May and June
Casino revenues at the state's four casinos dropped during the month of June.
According to the Ohio Casino Control Commission, revenues went from $72,171,718 in May to $68,642,726 in June. The 429 table games brought in $21,579,641 last month while the 8,415 slot machines generated a profit of $47,063,085.
Horseshoe Cincinnati saw the biggest drops of all of the four casinos with a 10.2 percent decrease. Both Horseshoe Cleveland and Hollywood Toledo saw revenues drop by 3.6 percent. Hollywood Columbus saw revenues fall by 1.5 percent in June. Statewide it was nearly a 5 percent reduction.
In the first half of the year casino revenues peaked in March statewide. So far casinos have made more than $403 million.
When it comes to payout rates, Horseshoe Cincinnati was the luckiest spot in the state with payouts of 93 percent for slots and 82 percent for table games while Toledo had the lowest payout rates for both.