Feb. gaming revenue in PA up from last year
February's gaming revenue in Pennsylvania was $375.7 million. It's the third consecutive month gaming revenues have declined. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board regulates slot machines, table games, internet gaming, sports wagering, fantasy contests and video gaming terminals.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Grantville is leading all land-based casinos in Keystone State for the month of February 2022. The thoroughbred horse racing track and casino reported $59.5 million in revenue. Next in line is Greenwood Racing Inc.’s Parx Casino in Philadelphia with $53.6 million, followed by Wind Creek Hospitality‘s Wind creek Bethlehem with $42.9 million. February revenue from slot machines was $194.7 million and revenue for table games was second with$74.4 million; and third was revenue from iGaming slots at $68.1 million according to PGCB report.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National generated $42.7 million in iGaming revenue. Rivers Casino Philadelphia generated less than $24 million. Valley Forge Casino Resort generated only $18.5 million of igaming revenue in King of Prussia.
Valley Forge Casino Resort is the biggest sports betting destination in Pennsylvania with a handle of $215 million. Hollywood Casino at the Meadows is second with $141 million, followed by Hollywood casino at Penn National with almost $1.1 million and Parx Casino with nearly $819 million in sports bets. Six casinos in the state reported negative sports-betting revenue for February 2022.