Maryland casinos reported strong gaming revenue last month, with players losing more than $170.7 million. In April of 2021, Maryland’s six commercial gaming properties saw gross gaming revenue (GGR) climb 5.3% year-over-year on a favorable comparison. MGM National Harbor and Horseshoe Baltimore remained limited to operating at 50% capacity on ongoing COVID-19 orders. Last month,
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