The regional gaming control board informed gross revenue increase of 2.23 percent in November of this year
US.- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported that during November the revenue generated from the play of slot machines at the 12 casinos of the state rose 2.23 percent to US$187,540,869 compared to the US$183,441,906 in gross revenue generated in the same month last year.
As stated in the board report the tax revenue in November of this year was US$100,209,876.40.
During last November in Pennsylvania the average number of slot machines operating on a daily basis was an average of 26,229.
Since 2004 the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board oversees all aspects of the state’s casino industry. Currently there are 10 stand-alone and racetrack casinos in operation in Pennsylvania, plus two resort casinos. There are 17,000 employees among those facilities. The industry generates an average of US$3.7 million per day in tax revenue from slot machines and table games play.