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Detroit Casinos Post Improved $113.2Million Revenue For May


Table games, slots and sports betting in Detroit land based casinos generated $113.3Million revenue through May, which was both a monthly and year on year improvement on figures.  

Detroit Casinos Earn $113.3m In May Revenue Report

Through Detroit’s three land-based casinos, the city made $113.2m in revenue during May which was a slight increase from April’s figures last month.

The ‘Motor City’ generated a total of $111.3m during May, which was a 3.2% increase from the total of $107.9m made during April. Sports betting accounted for the remaining $1.9m in revenue made by the city.

Unsurprisingly MGM Grand Detroit Casino was responsible for the majority of revenue during May, with 46% of the total made coming from the city’s largest land-based casino.

MotorCity Casino trailed just behind MGM Grand and was responsible for 31% of the casino revenue during May, with Hollywood Casino accounting for the remaining 23%.

All three of Detroit’s land based casinos reported growth in revenue from the month prior, in what was an impressive May for the city’s land-based sector.

Retail sports betting also saw a jump in May compared to last year’s figures, with the $11.1m an improvement of just under a million compared to the same month in 2023.

ESPN Bet Launches In Detroit

ESPN Bet officially opened in Hollywood Casino at Greektown at the end of April, with May being the first full month of operations for the sportsbook in Detroit.

The new sportsbook no doubt contributed towards the $1.9m revenue for sports betting, with Hollywood Casino general manager saying: “Bringing ESPN Bet to Hollywood Greektown combines Penn’s premier sports media and sports betting offerings to create an amazing atmosphere for fans to watch and bet on sports.”

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