(Cincinnati, Oh.) - Revenues were down last month at Cincinnati’s four-month-old Horseshoe Casino.
The nearest out-of-state competition for southeast Indiana’s riverboats saw $17.6 million in adjusted gross revenue in June, according to the newest monthly revenue report from the Ohio Casino Control Commission. That’s down 10 percent, or about $2 million from May.
Horseshoe ranked second out of Ohio’s four casinos in revenue, finishing ahead of casinos in Toledo and Columbus, but behind Cleveland. The four facilities combined for $68.6 million in June, down four percent from May.
June revenue figures for Indiana casinos will be released Tuesday, July 9.