BOSTON, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has released July gaming revenue numbers for the state's three casinos.
Last month, MGM Springfield generated more than $20.3 million in total revenue, according to figures released by the commission.
That figure - which is up over two percent from June's revenue total - includes approximately $15.5 million from slots and $4.8 million from table games.
July also marked the first full month for Encore Boston Harbor. The state reports that the resort-casino in Everett generated a total of over $48.5 million in revenue, comprised of $21.1 million in slots and $27.4 million in table games last month.
The commission added that Plainridge Park in Plainville reported $12.5 million in revenue for July, which is down from $13.5 million in June.
MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor are subject to a 25 percent tax on gaming revenue, while Plainridge Park is subject to a 49 percent tax. For the month of July, the state saw combined tax revenue from all three properties of $23.3 million.
The Gaming Commission noted that, to date, the state has collected approximately $410 million on total taxes and assessments from the three properties.