Detroit’s three casinos reported nearly $114 million in revenue in March, a significant increase over March 2020, when the venues were forced to close mid-month due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

The casinos — MGM Grand Detroit, MotorCity Casino Hotel and Greektown Casino — reported $113.8 million in monthly aggregate revenue last month, even as they remain subject to capacity limits and other health protocols aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19. 

Table games and slots generated $110.87 million in revenue, according to numbers released Tuesday by the Michigan Gaming Control Board. Retail sports betting, meanwhile, generated $2.97 million in revenue for the month. Revenue tied to online gambling and sports betting, which began in Michigan in January, is reported separately and will be released later this month.


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