Pennsylvania Casinos Revenues from Slots Up from Previous Year
June 04, 2012
May slot revenue increased this year than in 2011 at Pennsylvania casinos. The
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported that the state’s 11 casinos were 3.4%
higher than in the previous year. The report was released on Monday by the
The report also included the casinos that were recently opened. Valley Forge
Casino Resort opened in March and has only been reporting gross revenue for 2
Existing casinos Sands Casino Resort and Sugarhouse Casino had the largest
increase in revenue gains. Bethlehem’s Sands Casino Resort had an increase of
11.2%. Philadelphia’s Sugarhouse Casino increased by 10%.
Overall, the gross revenue earned in May was $212.5 million. The total from May
2011 was $205.5 million.
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