The Maryland Lottery announced Monday that the state's two casinos brought in nearly $13 million in total revenue in January, up from December's $12.5 million.
Cecil County's Hollywood Casino Perryville, which reported $9.79 million in revenue in January, saw its slot machines bring in an average of $210.54 per machine per day.
The Casino at Ocean Downs, on the Eastern Shore, generated $3.13 million last month, with per-machine revenue per day at $126.34. The Worcester County casino celebrated its one-year anniversary in January.
The casinos' gross gaming revenue was $93 million in the last fiscal year.
Nearly half the money goes to the state's education trust fund, while the casinos themselves take a 33 percent cut. The rest of the funds are distributed among several entities, including local governments, horse-racing purses, a fund for track improvements, the Maryland Lottery, and an account for small, women- and minority-owned businesses.