Pennsylvania Gambling Revenue in September Reaches $415.6 Million

Pennsylvania Gambling Revenue in September Reaches $415.6 Million

September 2021 is a 46% increase on September 2020. The state had an all-time high revenue of $423.6 million in July. Parx Casino in Bucks County generated $57.1 million. Rivers Casino Pittsburgh generated a total of $33. 1 million, while Hollywood Casino at Meadows in Washington County recorded $18.9 million and Live! Casino Pittsburg recorded $9.2 million for September. Lady Luck Casino recorded a revenue $2.29 million while Sports Betting brought in $6.8 million last month.

In September, retail slots generated $198.8 million in revenue, table games generated $84 million, online slots $68.5 million and online table game $26.3 million. Online poker brought in $2.9 million while video gaming terminals reported $3.4 million revenue. Both online and retail sports betting had $28.2 million of revenue in September. New Jersey became the first state to generate upwards of $1 billion in betting on sports in one month.

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