Casino revenue rebounds in Oct.
WARREN — Revenue at Ohio’s four casinos rebounded in October, stopping a two-month downward trend, according to the latest numbers from the state.
Income last month topped $80.9 million — 2.6 percent more than the $78.8 million the casinos took in for September, the Ohio Casino Control Commission reports.
Revenue in October 2020 was $74.7 million.
Last month, table revenue was $24.4 million, up about 1.5 percent from September, while slot revenue was up about 3.1 percent to $56.7 million. Table play in October 2020 generated $22.3 million, and slot play was $52.4 million.
The four casinos are JACK Cleveland Casino, Hard Rock Cincinnati Casino, Hollywood Toledo Casino and Hollywood Columbus Casino, which in October posted the highest revenue amount, $21.48 million followed by JACK Cleveland Casino, $21.45 million.