Pennsylvania Gaming Revenue Hits New $462.7M Record in March

Pennsylvania Gaming Revenue Hits New $462.7M Record in March

Pennsylvania gaming industry saw a record-breaking revenue of $462.7 million in March.

Gambling Operators in Pennsylvania Set a New Revenue Record in March. The total gaming revenue in the state reached $462.7 million. Retail table games and internet casino-type gambling set new records. The year-over-year comparison shows that the revenue increased by nearly $60 million or 14.79%.

The PGCB revealed the breakdown of the gambling revenue. Retail slots revenue hit $214.7 million last month. Table games revenue last year was $71.4 million. Last month, the revenue for table games was up 32.12% and for slots was 19.23%. In March, poker revenue increased 34.91% while sports wagering revenue in Pennsylvania increased 3.57%.

Valley Forge Casino Resort reported $51.8 million in revenue last month. Live! Casino Philadelphia and Rivers Casino Pittsburgh both reported a year-over-year revenue increase of more than 20%. Hollywood Casino at Penn National reported the highest revenue with $63.7 million.

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