The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has published a financial report for July 2022, reporting a marginal increase in revenue, at just over 1%.
Total revenue generated from all types of gaming, including fantasy contests, for July 2022 amounted to $429.1m.
Sources of gaming revenue regulated by the PGCB include slot machines, table games, internet gaming, sports wagering, fantasy contests and video gaming terminals (VGTs).
Retail slot machine revenue dipped by 4% year-on-year, despite being the highest generating revenue source, amounting to $213.9m.
The fall in slot machine revenue can perhaps be attributed in part to a slight decrease in the number of machines in operation, dropping from 25,710 to 25,684.
Sports wagering revenue amounted to $25.4m, representing significant growth of 28%.
Another area reporting positive performance was iGaming slot revenue, which rose by 14% to $72m.
Of casinos in the state, Parx Casino generated the most revenue, totalling $56.4m, despite an annual dip of 12%.
Parx also generated the highest revenue from slot machines, totalling $33.7m, representing a 13% downturn.
Wind Creek Bethlehem performed well, reporting revenue of $50.1m, representing growth of 14%.
Table games revenue for the month amounted to $86.7m, a fractional decline of 0.3%.
Wind Creek Bethlehem reported the highest revenue generation from table games, totalling $23.7m, an impressive uptick of 42%.
Total tax revenue generated from all forms of gaming and fantasy contests for July amounted to $177.1m, compared to $161.2m in June.