On Friday, the Ohio Casino Control Commission will be releasing a report on the
February earnings at the state's four casinos. It has been two years since all
the casinos have started operating.
It was estimated previously that the casinos would generate nearly $1.9 billion
every year during the campaigning to get the casinos approved. However, it is
now expected that $900 million will be made instead.
In January, the Horseshoe Cincinnati showed in increase in revenue. The three
other casinos reported a decline. The reported revenue was $59.7 million in
total for the state.
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