Michigan: Detroit casinos net $113.8 million in revenue in August Jordyn Grzelewski, The Detroit News · September 14, 2021 at 2:26 pm Detroit’s three casinos netted more than $113.8 million in revenue in August, the Michigan Gaming Control Board reported Tuesday. Table games and slots at MGM Grand Detroit, MotorCity Casino Hotel and Greektown Casino collectively generated $112.17 million in revenue, while retail sports betting brought in $1.65 million, according to the state agency. MGM had 47% market share last month, followed by MotorCity with 32% and Greektown with 21%. On the table games and slots side, revenue was 61.7% higher last month than in August 2020, the control board reported. The casinos reopened from a pandemic-induced shutdown in early August 2020 at 15% capacity. They are now allowed to operate at full capacity.