It was a down June for Pennsylvania online casinos as official iGaming figures were released Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).
June’s gaming revenue was more than $440.49 million, a $38.89 million decrease from $479.38 million recorded in May. However, it marked a $50.67 million jump (13%) from June 2022 ($389.82M).
Slot machine revenue for the month was over $201.54 million, a 4.43% increase from June 2022 ($192.99 million). PA online slots revenue was up an impressive 35.88% from last June.
The number of slot machines in operation was 25,348, compared to 25,823 in June 2022.
Online casino games offered gross revenue of more than $135.43 million compared to $102.92 in June 2022, an increase of 31.59%. Tax revenue generated more than $58.97 million.
Retail table games revenue posted over $76.20 million for the month, a mild increase from 0.11% in June 2022 ($76.12 million).
In June, the total tax revenue generated collectively through all forms of gaming and fantasy contests in the Keystone State was more than $183.79 million, down from May's $197.9 million.
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Sports Betting Handle/Revenue Down
Total Pennsylvania sports betting handle exceeded $373.17 million, down a solid $122.42 million from May's total of $495.59 million, and a dip of 5.16% from June 2022 ($393.49 million).
June’s gross sports betting revenue (taxable) came in at more than $23.06 million, an $18.04 million decrease from May's $41.1 million. However, it was a massive 80.6% better than June 2022 (over $12.76 million).
The top five casinos for sports betting (handle) for the month: Valley Forge Casino Resort ($139.59 million), Hollywood Casino at the Meadows ($100.8M), Hollywood Casino Morgantown ($30.1M), Harrah’s Philadelphia ($21.17M) and Rivers Casino Pittsburgh ($18.43M).