In its first full month of operations, the Wynn Resorts-owned Encore Boston Harbor casino took in about $48.6 million in revenue from table games and slots, according to a report by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
Encore's table game revenue was $27.42 million while slots brought in another $21.15 million, according to the gaming commission's July revenue report released Thursday.
MGM Springfield, open since last August, reported about $20.4 million from table games and slots, while the Plainridge casino, which does not have table games, reported $12.5 million in revenues.
Gambling revenues at Encore and MGM are taxed at 25%, while the Plainridge slots parlor is taxed at 49 percent.
State officials expect to take in nearly $300 million in casino taxes during the current fiscal year.
Gambling regulators say Massachusetts took in more than $23 million in taxes during the first full month in which all three of the state's licensed casinos were open.
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