Pennsylvania Slot Revenues Reaches Nearly A Billion For The first Five Months Of The Year
Pennsylvania’s slot revenues for the first five months of the year has reached almost one billion. Casinos in the state has showed an increase for the month of May with operators taking in $203,993,259. This is a .37% increase for year-on-year totals and a 1.06% markup compared to April. Comparing to the month of March revenues fell a little short, but overall revenues have improved.
There were winners as well as losers for revenue gainers. Parx Casino was the big winner leading the way to top the charts with a total amount of $35,708,089 earned. This figure marks for a 5% increase for year-on-year totals for the operator.
Sands Bethlehem took second place with the operator earning $27,009,310 in just slot revenues. This final figure was an enjoyable 2% increase when comparing to last years’ numbers.
Third place goes to Rush Street Gaming’s, Rivers Casino. Rivers gained its revenues by 2% raking in $22,676,245.
Penn National took fourth place, but still outdid its performance compared to March with $20 million in revenues. This is a first time for the casino in several years to reach that mark.
Valley Forge ranked bottom on the list with its $7,947,054 revenues they posted for May.