Detroit’s three casinos have reported an aggregate monthly revenue of US$105.44m for June 2024.


$104.55m of this came from table games and slots, which is a 6.1 per cent decrease on the previous month but a 2.6 per cent increase on the previous year. The three casinos paid $8.3m in gaming taxes to the state of Michigan through the month, as well as $12.4m in wagering taxes and development agreement payment to the City of Detroit.

$889,014 of the total revenue came from retail sports betting. The casinos reported a total retail sports betting handle of $8.4m. The casinos reported paying $33,605 in gaming taxes to the state and $41,072 in wagering taxes to the City of Detroit.

The June market shares were 46 per cent for MGM, 30 per cent for MotorCity and 24 per cent for Hollywood Casino at Greektown.