It’s been a slow start to summer for Ohio’s four casinos. Ohio Public Radio’s Karen Kasler reports on the latest revenue numbers.
Revenues for all four casinos dropped from May to June, with Cleveland's casino staying at the top in terms of most money brought in.
The state’s casino control commission reports revenue at the Horseshoe Cleveland casino fell from just over $20 million in May to $19.3 million in June.
The Horseshoe Cincinnati casino scored the biggest revenue drop -- $2 million, ending at $17.6 million.
Hollywood Columbus’ revenue dropped from $16.7 million to around $16.5 million. And Hollywood Toledo’s numbers dropped a half a million dollars to $15.2 million.
Statewide, revenue dropped from $72.1 million in May to $68.6 million in June, a fall of just less than 5 percent.