Operators in Pennsylvania brought in $98.6m from igaming in May, beating the previous state record.
US.- Igaming in Pennsylvania broke another revenue record in May, reaching $98.6m, an increase of 76.7 per cent year-on-year.
According to the state’s regulator, revenue came from a massive $3.31bn in stakes, which was also a new record, beating that set in March.
Tax receipts from igaming operations were also the highest yet, at $27.3m.
The vertical was driven by online slots and table games hitting new records at $67.2m (+73.2 per cent) and $31.4m (+153.2 per cent), respectively.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National was the top-performing operator in both slots ($25.4m) and table games ($15.7m). The Rivers Casino followed with a total $27.1m in revenue.
Despite record figures in igaming, Pennsylvania’s sports betting handle was the lowest since August 2020 at $447.5m. However, revenue was up 3.9 per cent from April to $37.4m.