(Columbus, OH) Ohio's casinos continue to do well.
Revenue at the state's four casinos are up more than two-and-a-half percent over 2016, raking in nearly $819 million. The 2017 gambling total is the second-best since the casinos opened a few years ago-- and just two million short of their best year.
According to Ohio Casino Control Commission figures, Hollywood Casino Toledo took in nearly $199 million, a four percent increase over 2016.
While Toledo is the smallest of the four cities with casinos, it's total 2017 take compares favorably to the other three gambling houses. Only Cleveland's casino showed a slight drop in revenue year-over-year.