COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The latest totals from Ohio regulators will show whether revenue continued to fall during fall for the casinos in Columbus and Toledo.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission was scheduled to release the revenue figures from October on Thursday.
The panel says the monthly report will detail for the first time how much table game promotional play each of the four casinos had. The commission says those amounts are now statistically significant.
Revenue was up in September at the Cincinnati and Cleveland casinos but dropped in Columbus and Toledo. Statewide, revenues at the four voter-approved facilities totaled about $69 million that month.