Combined slots and table-games revenue was $309,125,131 in March at Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Presque Isle Downs & Casino’s table-games revenue for March increased by nearly 11 percent from the previous year, helping to drive a record month of gaming revenue for the state’s 12 casinos.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Monday reported that combined slots and table-games revenue was $309,125,131 in March. It was a 2.86 percent increase over March 2018, the only other month in which revenue has surpassed $300 million ($300,516,011).
State table-games revenue, at $82,527,450, was the highest ever, by nearly $3 million, and slots revenue was the third-highest ever at $226,597,681.
At Presque Isle Downs, in Summit Township, the table-games take was $1,447,949 compared to $1,305,057 in March 2018, a 10.95 percent increase. Total gaming revenue there was $12,345,643 in March compared to $11,892,259 in March 2018, a 3.81 percent increase.