Columbus Casino Sees Gambling, Revenue Increase
The Hollywood Casino Columbus increased revenue in January, over December totals.
New revenue information released by the Ohio Casino Commission this week shows the casino earned $18.26 million last month.
That is up from $17.94 million in December 2012.
Gamblers increased their risk at slot machines at the west Columbus casino as well.
Up to $129.28 million in January compared with $124.79 million gambled in slot machines in December.
Casino revenue on slots increased from $10.79 million in December to $11.56 million in January.
Meanwhile, gambling at table games like blackjack and poker declined at the Hollywood Casino Columbus.
Gamblers risked $30.92 million in December.
They risked $28.02 million in January.
Revenue from table games declined from $7.15 million in December to $6.7 million in January.
Meanwhile, the Cleveland casino saw revenue decrease in January to $20.66 million from $24.53 million in December.
The Toledo casino saw a slight increase in revenue, up from $14.19 million in December to $14.28 million in January.
The Columbus casino opened on West Broad Street back in October.
Ohio’s fourth casino opens in Cincinnati in the Spring.
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