Just like December 2018, Detroit, Michigan’s three casinos–MGM Grand Detroit, Greektown and MotorCity–recorded a slight revenue increase in January 2019.
There was big online gaming news out of Michigan last night. Legislators passed the Lawful Internet Gaming Act for and it now sits on the governor’s desk.
Detroit, Michigan casino revenue for September 2018 was $115 million, a figure that represents a 1.4 percent increase when compared to September 2017.
Detroit casino revenue saw a recent increase in both month-over-month and year-over-year figures in a report by Michigan Gaming Control Board.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) recently released June revenue numbers and it’s looking good for Detroit’s three casinos.
Two men and a woman are allegedly responsible for a ring of carjackings that occurred around MGM Grand Casino during September 2017.
It pays to be in the casino business these days. Figures released earlier this month show record revenue for Detroit’s casinos.
Halfway through 2017, Detroit’s three commercial casinos are on pace for one of their best years to date, as revenue has grown in five out of six months.