The gaming board revealed that total gaming revenue fell less than 1% year-over-year.
US.- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) released this week a report in which it details the figures that show that table games revenue decreased 4.4% over September 2017. Total gaming revenue also fell less than 1% during last month operations.
The PGCB showed that table games revenue for September 2018 was US$72.3 million, approximately US$2.3 million less than the US$75.6 million registered during the same period in 2017. The Board also reported that when combining September’s table games revenue with the earlier reported increase in September’s slot machine revenue, total gaming revenue decreased by less than 1% compared to September of last year.
Moreover, the report displays tax revenue from table games play during September in which the total amount was US$11.6 million with an average of 1,281 tables in daily operation statewide.