(Columbus) - Good news for the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland.
Horseshoe Cleveland saw an increase in revenue from $18.9 million in August to to $19.3 million in September, according to number released Monday by the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
Overall, however, revenue at Ohio's four casinos dropped by about a million dollars from August to September.
The casinos generated $70.8 million in revenue in August, but only $68.9 million last month.
Hollywood Casino's two Ohio locations lost money while the two Horseshoe Casinos saw revenues increase slightly.
Along with Cleveland's increase, Horseshoe Cincinnati increased revenue from $19.1 million to $19.7 million.
Hollywood Columbus dipped nearly a million dollars from $16.8 million in August of $15.7 million in September. Hollywood Toledo dropped nearly $2 million from $15.8 million to $14 million over the same period.
As for the state's two racinos, Scioto Downs in Columbus saw profits decline from $11.1 million to $10.5 million in September.
Thistledown in Cleveland was flat at $11.8 million both months.
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