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Pennsylvania table gaming revenues up 2.84%

By Robert Simmons
Regulators from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) have confirmed that gross revenue from gambling at table games in Pennsylvania casinos during November 2017 was up 2.84% compared to November 2016.

In its November report, the PGCB announced gross table games revenues of $72,230,798 compared to $70,237,664 in revenue generated by the 12 casinos during the same month in 2016.

The Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin reported the biggest rise in table games revenue during the month, jumping by 33.78% from its November 2016 total. Valley Forge Casino reported the next highest rise in revenue from table games, a rise of 32.40% when compared to the same period.

Mohegan Sun Pocono and The Meadows Casino had more modest revenue growth during November, reporting year-over-year rises of 16.48% and 17.98% respectively.

The month’s biggest year-over-year drops were at Harrah’s Philadelphia and Parx Casino which reported revenue reductions of 5.41% and 4.73% respectively on their figures for the same period in November 2016.

Total tax revenue from table games play during November was $11,654,046 with an average of 1,257 tables in operation statewide on a daily basis.


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