Revenue from Michigan’s online casinos and poker rooms fell to their lowest level since February. In all, gross gaming revenue from online casinos and poker fell to $89.2 million, down 5.9% from $94.9 million in May.
Over the 30 days of June, online casinos and poker rooms produced $3.0 million per day, down from $3.1 million per day in May. Ultimately, that yielded $13.7 million in state taxes and $5.0 million in local taxes.
BetMGM/MGM Grand Detroit easily topped the online casino and poker market once again with $33.8 million in gross gaming revenue.