(Columbus) - The Ohio Casino Control Commission has released the revenue numbers for August. Statewide, revenue dropped from 72-million dollars in July to 70.9 million in August.

Money raked in at Cleveland's Horseshoe Casino dropped from 19.8 million dollars in July to 18.9 million in August, but Tama Davis with the Commission says more people are spending money on gaming locally due to the Racino which opened in May at Thistledown.

(Photos by WTAM 1100)

The casino in Columbus also saw a drop in revenue while Toledo's casino made more money in August than the previous month. 

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