The venue, which opened in December along the Potomac River in Prince George’s County, generated $49.3 million last month in slot machines and table games revenue.
Without taking MGM’s numbers into account, casino revenue in the state was down by 12.3% to $11.9 million compared with the same time last year.
Live Casino, the state’s largest gambling venue, came closest to matching MGM’s total, with revenue of $46.9 million, down 12.9 % compared to September 2016.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore also witnessed a year-on-year revenue decline. The casino brought in $20.9 million, a 22.1% decrease.
Maryland’s three other casinos saw their revenues rise compared with last year.
Casino at Ocean Downs, on the Eastern Shore, posted the biggest gains, with $6.5 million in revenue – a 12.1% increase. Revenues soared by 6.1% at Rocky Gap Casino Resort near Cumberland, which collected $4.7 million last month, while Hollywood Casino
Perryville saw a modest 0.1% increase, with $5.9 million in earnings.