Gaming Control Board Monday reported April 2016 table games revenue of $72,206,809 was an increase of 11.6 percent over April of last year when revenue was $64,684,083.
When that amount is combined with the earlier reported April slot machine revenue, total gaming revenue was 3.9 percent higher than April of last year, the 8th consecutive month in which overall casino gaming revenue has increased in Pennsylvania. The last decrease occurred in August 2015.
Total tax revenue from table games play during April was $10,264,271 with an average of 1,186 tables in operation statewide on a daily basis. Table game tax is calculated as 14 percent of the gross revenue.The complete report is available online.
PA Casinos Continue Their Table Games Roll