Massachusetts: Gaming revenue dips to $92M in August from $95M in July Colin A. Young, State House News Service · September 15, 2021 at 2:49 pm Revenue at the state’s two resort casinos and one slots parlor in August took a small step backward from the highs of July, with the three gaming centers generating about $92 million compared to $95.74 million the month before. The Mass. Gaming Commission said Wednesday that the state’s share of August’s gaming revenue would be about $26.15 million, a slight decrease from the record $27 million in taxes and fees the casinos and slots generated for the state in July but still well above the monthly average of $21.84 million since all three facilities have been open. Once again, Encore Boston Harbor led the way in August. The Everett casino reported $57.86 million in gross gaming revenue last month — about $32.4 million from its slot machines and about $25.4 from its table games.