Ohio Gambling Revenues Drop In April

Revenues fell from March to April in all four of Ohio's gambling casinos. Experts says March is traditionally a good month for casino revenues.(Photo: Tom Borgerding/WOSU)
Revenues fell from March to April in all four of Ohio's gambling casinos. Experts says March is traditionally a good month for casino revenues.(Photo: Tom Borgerding/WOSU)

Across the state gambling revenues are up over the beginning of the year but dropped in April.

Total revenues for the state’s four casinos was $72.1 million in April.

That’s down from $84.4 million in March.

Across the board revenues in casinos in Toledo, Cleveland, Cinncinati and Columbus dropped in April.

Here in Columbus, the Hollywood Casino’s revenues fell by by nearly $3 million, from a high of nearly $21 million in March to just over $18 million in April.

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