COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The latest monthly revenue report for Ohio's casinos will help show how the four voter-approved facilities fared at the height of the winter holiday season.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission was scheduled to release the revenue figures from December on Tuesday.
Revenues at the casinos changed only moderately in November, with the Cleveland facility seeing the most fluctuation. Its revenue was up 3.5 percent from October, for a total of $20.2 million in November. The other casinos are in Toledo, Columbus and Cincinnati.
Statewide, the casinos' revenues totaled $70.2 million in November, a very slight increase compared with October.
Overall, the casinos drew at least $758 million in 2013.