Detroit casinos projected to lose $67M during three-week shutdown Tim Lawlis, Detroit.CBSLocal.com · November 22, 2020 at 6:10 am Michigan’s commercial casinos all must close for three weeks, as the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an emergency order Nov. 15. With COVID-19 cases at an all-time high in the state, the emergency order forces the casinos to close from Nov. 18-Dec. 8. The state’s commercial casinos, all located in Detroit, include the MGM Grand, MotorCity Casino Hotel, and Greektown Casino-Hotel. The three casinos stand to lose $67 million in revenue during the three-week shutdown, based on projections from MichiganSharp.com. Despite a 15% capacity limitation, Detroit casinos earned $101.4 million in revenue in October. Based on that figure, the three-week shutdown projects to $67 million in lost revenue for Michigan’s commercial casinos.