Gaming revenue down at MGM for month of April

Hampden County

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

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