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Detroit's three casinos saw their revenues rise in May bumping up 0.9% from the month prior, this coming from the Michigan Gaming Control Board.
The casinos saw combined revenues for the month reaching $110 million, up from $109 million last month. $108 million of the total was related to slots and table games, with sportsbetting revenues coming in at $1.8 million, up 20%. Numbers weren't comparable to last year, as the state's casinos were closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The numbers were lower than in 2019, but once again, that is to be expected as casinos are still operating with limited capacity.