Pennsylvania Hits New High of $423.6M Revenue for July
Online gambling revenue was the leader for the month with $88.7m. Land-based casinos are gaining momentum again. Pennsylvania Hits New High of $423.6m Revenue for July.
Pennsylvania hit a record monthly revenue of $423.65m from all forms of gaming in July. The new figures are significantly higher than the $281.4m reported in 2019. In 2020, most casinos remained closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Pennsylvania’s gaming industry is the second-largest in the country, while the leader is Nevada.
Online gambling revenue for July was $88.7m. Websites generated $63.2m from internet slots, $22.8m from interactive tables and $2.6m online poker. Hollywood Casino at Penn National is the top casino in terms of iGaming revenue with $32.1m, next is Rush Street Interactive partner Rivers Casino Philadelphia with $25. 8m and third is FanDuel partner Valley Forge Casino Resort with $14. 2m sports betting revenue. Fantasy sports revenue was up 69. 6% to $1.5m with DraftKings and Fanduel coming in at number one with over $800k.