Maryland Live, which lost its position in January as the state’s top revenue-producing casino, leapfrogged the 3-month-old MGM National Harbor last month to regain the No. 1 spot.
Maryland Live, battling to retain its market share, generated $46.2 million from slot machines and table games in February, according to figures released Monday by the state Lottery and Gaming Control Agency. That compared to $45.7 million for MGM National Harbor, which opened in December to capacity crowds.
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