Pennsylvania casinos noted an increment in its table games revenues in November.
US.- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board published on Friday the casino revenue information for last month. Whilst table games incomes reported a 7.1 percent of increment, slot machines suffered a slight drop during November activities.
Pennsylvania casinos have noted an increment in their table games revenues since June 2014. This year, the sector showed a constant growth in comparison with 2015’s operations, except for last August. According to the Gaming Control Board’s statement, November’s gross table games revenue in the 12 authorised casinos was US$70.2 million. Total tax revenue from the 1,216 casino table play was US$11.3 million last month.
However, combined gross revenue from the play of both slot machines and table games during November 2016 was US$249 million, meaning a 1.4 percent of decline compared to November 2015. Pennsylvania legislators will soon modify the gaming law, setting further conditions to generate the expected financial results, which are destined to several investments on casino host counties.