In 2009, voters in Ohio took to the polls and said yes to allow casinos in the state. Undoubtedly, many believed the assertions made by casino advocates at the time, who had said that four casinos would bring the state as much as $1.9 billion in revenue before taxes. Now, almost ten years after the bill was approved, a growing number of people in the state are trying to find out what went wrong.
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Atlantic City casinos posted double-digit profit declines in the third quarter of 2018, as the market’s two new gaming venues cut into the other seven’s bottom lines.
New Jersey’s regulated sports betting market set more records for handle in October.
Maryland casinos set a new all-time gaming revenue record in October, despite only four of the state’s six venues posting year-on-year increases.