The gross revenue generated by the slot machine gaming in Pennsylvania casinos have risen by 2.37 percent in March. In a release to the press the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported a 2.7 percent hike in revenues for March 2018 when compared with the revenues generated last year for the same period.
Alos, the gross revenues generated by the 12 state casinos in March “was the third highest individual month from the play of slot machines, ranking only behind March 2012 ($233,147,479) and March 2013($229,335,372).”
The casinos generated a gross revenue of $226,597,681 in March.
The total tax revenue generated from the play of slots machine in March was $118,017,388.
Only 25,238 machines were operating at the licensed venues on an average per day in March 2019 while for the same period in 2017, 25, 815 machines were operating.
Here’s a comprehensive detail of the gross slot machine revenue for all 12 casinos operating in the state:
*Tax revenue figures reflect the amount generated prior to any adjustments by the PA Department of Revenue
Earlier this year the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board had posted that the gaming revenues for the year 2018 was up by 1.44 percent to $2.37 billion from $2.34 billion in 2017.