Live! Casino Maryland wins 17 first places in Best of Gaming 2022 Awards

The Cordish Companies’ Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland announced Monday the property has earned the highest recognition across all major categories in the Best of Gaming 2022 Awards by readers of the gaming industry publication Casino Player Magazine. This includes the Best Overall Gaming Resort accolade.

The AAA Four Diamond-rated luxury gaming and entertainment destination led the Maryland casino category, claiming 17 first place prizes, including Best Overall Gaming Resort; Best Hotel; Best Rooms; Best Casino; Best Players Club; Best Comps; Best Promotions; Best Table Games; Best High Limit Room; Best Poker Room; Best Poker Tournaments; Best Non-Smoking Casino; Best Reel Slots; Best Live Poker; Best Craps; Best Betting Options; and Friendliest Sportsbook.

Rob Norton, president of Cordish Gaming Group, stated that the company is striving “to bring best-in-class offerings to our guests, whether they come for the gaming, entertainment, hotel, or dining.”

To earn 17 first-place wins, in addition to 14 second- and third-place wins, is heartwarming, especially knowing that these wins are secured through votes placed by our guests,” added Norton. “It tells us we’re doing something right and motivates us to continue elevating our property, so our guests continue to love their time here.”

Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland also earned second place in the following categories: Best Hotel Lobby; Best Hotel Staff; Best Suites; Favorite Casino Resort to Vacation At; Best VIP Services; Best Hosts; Best Dealers; Best Video Slots; Best Overall Sportsbook; Best Prop Bets; and Best Sportsbook Promotions. The property also earned third place for Casino Where You Feel the Luckiest; Best Carnival Games; and Best Roulette.

The annual “Best of Gaming” Awards encourage readers to vote for their favorite gaming features and amenities at casinos around the country. Since opening in 2012, Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland has consistently taken the lead “in most major categories,” according to Cordish Companies.