The Ohio Casino Control Commission revenue report - News, Weather, Sports, Toledo, OH

Revenue up at Cincinnati casino

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Casino Control Commission reports that revenue is up at the Cincinnati and Cleveland casinos and down in Columbus and Toledo.

September figures released by the commission Monday show revenue at Horseshoe Cincinnati rose to $19.8 million in September, with year-to-date revenue at $135 million.

The report says revenue at Horseshoe Cleveland rose to $19.3 million and stands at $185 million year-to-date.

The commission says revenue at Hollywood Toledo fell by nearly $2 million to $14 million in September, with year-to-date revenue of $140 million.

The report says revenue for Hollywood Columbus fell to $15.7 million in September, the second month revenue has dropped. The casino had $159 million in revenue year-to-date.

Statewide, casino revenues totaled about $69 million in September.

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