When new racinos open in Dayton and Cincinnati later this year, an already crowded field of gambling venues will get more crowded, turning southwest Ohio and southeast Indiana into one of the industry’s most competitive markets.
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By the Numbers
The breakdown of gambling options in the Dayton-Cincinnati region once the Hollywood Dayton Raceway opens in the fall:
292 table games
11,280 slot machines
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