Revenue went down at MGM Springfield in the month of April, compared to the month before.
Numbers released Saturday by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission show that MGM made $21.8 million in gross gaming revenue in April. That’s down from $25.6 million in March, which was the casino’s second-best month since opening.
In April, MGM took in $15 million in revenue from slot machines, and $6 million on table games.
The state’s only other legal gambling facility, Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville, took in $14.1 million in revenue last month. All of Plainridge Park’s revenue comes from slot machines.
Here is a month-by-month look at gross gaming revenue for MGM Springfield:
- Opening weekend: $9,456,976
- September 2018: $26,952,096
- October 2018: $22,242,742
- November 2018: $21,247,914
- December 2018: $21,583,225
- January 2019: $19,698,053
- February 2019: $21,500,878
- March 2019: $25,684,173
- April 2019: $21,818,086