Pennsylvania Breaks Down its Table Games Revenue for May

Pennsylvania Breaks Down its Table Games Revenue for May

The state of Pennsylvania reported their May revenues breaking down the table games earnings for the month.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board posted on its website that the state seen a 2.2% increase with its table games revenue for May 2019 with $76,559,198. The PGCB also included a combined table games and an earlier reported slot machine revenue saying this total also seen an increase of 2.6% compared to May of last year.

Gross table game revenues for each casino in the state was listed along with the total tax revenues and the average number of tables open with daily operations. The total tax revenue collected was $12,310,469.

Casinos that led table game operations for the month were Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem earning $17,535,876 in revenues. Parx Casino came in second generating $16,140,616 for the month, a 0.58% gain compared to last year.

Operators who led the market with casino earnings, everything but table games, was Parx Casino ranking in the number one spot earning $53,179,991, a 2.75% gain. Second place was won by Wind Creek Bethlehem, formerly known as Sands Casino. Wind Creek earned $43,671,311. Although Winds earned themselves the second-place spot, they were down by 6.34% compared to last year.

Tanya L. made the move with us from Casino Scam Report ( over to Casino Players Report ( as we re-branded in 2017. She handles political gambling and casino industry news.


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