April 16, 2014

Table Games Revenue Up Slightly In March

The Gaming Control Board reported Wednesday revenue from the play of table games at Pennsylvania’s casinos rose 1 percent during March, producing the highest level of revenue, $67.9 million, since the introduction of this form of gambling in July 2010.
Table games revenue totaled $67,934,737 in March 2014, eclipsing the previous high month during March of last year at $67,383,247.  $9,830,852 million in tax revenue was generated.
Due to a decrease in slot machine revenue of 5.7 percent in March, combined revenue from the play of slot machines and tables games during March was $284,148,717 a decrease of 4.2 percent over last March’s total of $296,718,618.
More details are available online.