COLUMBUS — Casino revenues for the month of October increased from the previous month in Toledo, Columbus, and Cleveland, while revenues dropped at the fourth casino in Cincinnati.
Overall, the four casinos brought in $70.1 million this past month, in comparison to $68.9 million in September, according to the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
The biggest gains were at Hollywood Casino Columbus, where revenues jumped in the period by 12.7 percent. At Hollywood Casino Toledo, $14.6 million was brought in for October, up from $14 million.
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