PA Gaming Revenue Down Some from May Figures

PA Gaming Revenue Down Some from May Figures
Fact Checked by Pat McLoone

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. follows iGaming revenue each month and also provides the best PA online casino promo codes.

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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). 



Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene with emphasis on NJ and PA. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media ( in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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