Capacity restrictions are still crimping Maryland’s casinos Jeff Clabaugh, WTOP News · March 6, 2021 at 4:00 pm Total gaming revenue at Maryland’s six privately owned casinos in February was down 16.6% from a year ago because of ongoing COVID-19 limitations to the number of guests. Combined, all six casinos generated $126.2 million in gaming revenue last month. At MGM National Harbor, where capacity is still limited to 25%, total gaming revenue was down 16.8% to $50.8 million. MGM National Harbor reopened six restaurants in late January when Prince George’s County lifted its ban on indoor dining, though restaurants are limited to 25% capacity as well. Live! Casino & Hotel was permitted to increase capacity to 50% in late February after Anne Arundel County eased some restrictions, but February gaming revenue there was still down 17.9% from a year ago, to $45 million. Baltimore’s Horseshoe casino is struggling the most. Its February gaming revenue of $14.3 million was down 20.1% from a year ago. Horseshoe is allowed to operate at 50% capacity.