Hollywood Casino Morgantown brings in $2.8 million in December

Hollywood Casino Morgantown brings in $2.8 million in December

Even though it fully opened on Dec. 22, the Hollywood Casino Morgantown had a profitable 10 days.

Penn National Gaming’s newest facility had total revenue of $2.8 million for December, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported Thursday.

Broken down, the casino received $2.4 million from slot machines, $389,818 from table games and $39,535 from its sportsbook. A year ago, Hollywood Morgantown reported total revenue of $33,148 as it had just opened its digital sportsbook. For the year, the sportsbook had revenue of $7.6 million.

Overall, the PGCB reported overall revenue for the month of $406.3 million, a year-over-year increase of 141%. Tax revenue was about $165 million.

Wyomissing-based Penn National had the highest grossing casino in the state during December as Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course pulled in $58.8 million. Internet gaming was the bulk of that total with revenue of $40.5 million. Slots accounted for $13.1 million and table games were at $2.4 million. The sportsbook had revenue of $2.6 million.

Hollywood Casino at the Meadows in Washington County had revenue of $20.4 million, an increase of 127% over the year. Slots brought in $13.4 million, the sportsbook brought in $4.5 million and table games brought in $2.4 million.

Hollywood Casino York closed out the year with revenue of $6.8 million, with $5.1 million coming from slots.

Among regional casinos:

Parx Casino, Bensalem, Bucks County, had overall revenue of $55.5 million as slots revenue was $33.6 million and table games were at $17.7 million. I-Gaming was at $3.6 million.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia had revenue of $44.7 million. I-Gaming brought in most of the revenue at $26 million, while slots were at $9.7 million and table games at $8.4 million.

Valley Forge Casino had revenue of $37.8 million, with much of its revenue come from I-Gaming, which accounted for $18.4 million of the total. Sports wagering accounted for $7.9 million. Slots brought in $9.1 million.

Wind Creek, Bethlehem, had revenue of $41.9 million. It did well with slots, which accounted for $21.7 million, and table games which brought in $19 million.

Live! Casino Philadelphia raked in $20.2 million, with $9.1 million from slots and $8.6 million from table games.

Harrah’s Philadelphia, Chester, had revenue of $16.1 million. The bulk of that figure came from slots, which brought in $11.4 million.

Video Gaming Terminal revenue was $3.3 million, with $2.1 million going to Penn National-owned Marquee by Penn.

Results for 2021

The Gaming Control Board reported a record $4.7 billion for calendar year 2021. That compares to $2.6 billion in 2020 and $3.4 billion in 2019 before the coronavirus pandemic.

Hollywood Casino at Penn National was the big winner for I-Gaming with revenue of $418.8 million, a year-over-year increase of 241%. Slots revenue was $175.6 million and table games brought in $31.7 million.

Parx led both in slots at $409.4 million and table games at $207.7 million. Valley Forge Casino had the highest revenue in sports wagering at $150.8 million.

VGTs raked in $39.8 million with Marquee by Penn accounting for $27.6 million.

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