In April, Pennsylvania’s gambling revenue grew 3.3% on an annual basis but was still short of the record monthly amount set in March.
The total market revenue for April was $476.7m. This is up from April 2022, but down 7.5% from the $515.3m record set in March of this year.
The revenue from land-based slots, which is the main source of income for the state, has declined by 2.2% on an annual basis to $213,0m. Retail table games fell 7.8%, to $84.4m.
Online casino gaming revenue, on the other hand, grew by 21.3% in just one year to $137.2m. Internet slot revenue was up by 24.7% at $95.6m. Igaming tables revenue increased 16.1% to $35.9m. However, ipoker revenues fell 7.0% to $2.7m.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National remained on top with $58.5m of total gaming revenue. Valley Forge Casino Resort came in second place with $31.2m and Rivers Casino Philadelphia was third on $26.1m.