Gaming revenue in Pennsylvania goes up in September
The state reported monthly revenue from gaming and fantasy contests of $415.6 million, a year-over-year increase of 46%. Total tax revenue was $169.1 million.
Wyomissing-based Penn National Gaming Inc. had an especially good month at its Hollywood Casino at Penn National, which saw a 96.5% increase in revenue when compared to September 2020. The Dauphin County-based casino had monthly revenue of $55.8 million, compared to $28.4 million the year before.
The bulk of the revenue came from internet gaming, which accounted for $38.6 million of the total. Slot revenue was $13.8 million and table games brought in $2.2 million. Sports Wagering was at $1.2 million.
The new Hollywood Casino York had revenue of $7 million, with the majority of revenue coming from slots at $5.3 million. Hollywood Casino at the Meadows in Washington County had revenue of about $19 million, a 48.4% increase over the year, with $14 million coming from slots.
The soon-to-be-opened Hollywood Casino Morgantown in Caernarvon Township had revenue of $381,327, all via digital sports wagering.
Among regional casinos:
- Parx Casino, Bensalem, Bucks County, had overall revenue of $57.1 million as slots revenue was $33.4 million and table games were at $18 million. I-Gaming was at $3.6 million.
- Rivers Casino Philadelphia had revenue of $48 million. I-Gaming brought in most of the revenue at $26.7 million, while slots were at $10.1 million and table games at $8.7 million.
- Valley Forge Casino, King of Prussia, Montgomery County, had revenue of $41.5 million. Much of that came from its I-Gaming platform with revenue of $15.8 million. By comparison, slots brought in $8.5 million. Sports wagering was a bright spot at $14.4 million.
- Wind Creek, Bethlehem, had revenue of $43.6 million. It did well with slots, which accounted for $23.3 million, and table games which brought in $18.8 million.
- Live! Casino Philadelphia raked in $19.5 million, with $9.6 million from slots and $8.6 million from table games.
- Harrah’s Philadelphia, Chester, had revenue of $17.5 million. The bulk of that figure came from slots, which brought in $11.4 million.
Video Gaming Terminal revenue was $3.4 million, with $2.1 million going to Penn National-owned Marquee by Penn.