The local gaming control board revealed that slot machines at casinos totaled US$181 million in revenue last month.
US.- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board revealed this week that slot machines at the 12 local casinos amounted US$181.3 million in revenue during November operations, which is a US$2 million increase when compared to the same period last year.
The numbers revealed that casino revenue increased 1.1 percent when compared to the US$179 million generated in gross terminal revenue in 2016, Whilst The Meadows Casino in North Strabane Township and Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin in Farmington decreased slots revenue by 5.04 percent to US$16 million and 2.63 percent to US$2.1 million in November, Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh experienced a 5.92 rise to US$21 million.
The average number of slot machines in operation in gambling facilities in Pennsylvania during November decreased from 26.406 in 2016 to 25.827 this year. The total amount generated in tax revenue during the 30 day period was US$89 million.