Profits from the Pennsylvania Games in April increased by 14% compared to 2021

HARISBURG – The Pennsylvania Games Supervision Board said the total revenue from all types of games – including fantasy contests in April 2022 – was $ 461,624,617. This is 14% more than the income received in April 2021.

That figure was $ 1,115,481 less than in March 2022, the monthly high for the Commonwealth Games.

The total tax revenue from all forms of gaming and fantasy contests for the month was $ 187.6 million, the Game Control Board said Tuesday.

Penn National Gaming Inc. of Wyoming had the most lucrative facility in the state in April. The total revenue of the Hollywood casino at Penn National Racecourse in Dauphin County was $ 65.6 million, up 22.5% from April 2021. That figure is about $ 8.2 million more than at Valley Forge Casino Resort, Upper Marion, in Montgomery County, which had $ 57.4 million. in revenue in April.

Hollywood Casino earned most of its revenue from online gaming, which was $ 45.2 million. Slot machines accounted for $ 14.7 million and board games for $ 2.6 million.

The Hollywood Casino York, which opened in August 2021, had revenue of $ 8.1 million in April, with $ 5.9 million earned from slot machines.

The Hollywood casino in Morgantown, which opened in December 2021, had total revenue in April of $ 5.1 million, with $ 4.2 million earned from slot machines.

Two casinos showed a decline compared to a year ago. Parx Casino’s Bethlehem revenue for the month was $ 57.1 million, down 9.34% from a year ago. Mount Airy Casino Resort on Mount Pocona received $ 20.1 million for the month, which is 15.35% less than in April 2021.

Among other regional casinos:

Rivers Philadelphia’s casino revenue totaled $ 49.1 million, with online gaming bringing in $ 28.9 million, $ 10.7 million from slot machines and $ 8.9 million from board games.

At Valley Forge Casino in Upper Marion, total revenue was $ 57.3 million, with slots generating $ 9.7 million, $ 3.3 million from board games and $ 21.5 million from online gaming.

Wind Creek Bethlehem’s total revenue was $ 49.5 million, of which $ 25 million was earned from slot machines, $ 22.8 million from board games and $ 1.4 million from online gaming.

Live! Philadelphia’s casino total revenue was $ 25.6 million, of which $ 11.9 million came from slots, $ 10.2 million from board games and $ 3.6 million from online games.

In Philadelphia Harry, Chester, total revenue was $ 20.1 million, of which $ 12 million came from slot machines, $ 4.7 million from board games and $ 3.2 million from online gaming.

The video game terminal’s revenue was $ 3.8 million, down 2.6% from April 2021, with $ 2.3 million coming from Penn National-owned Marquee by Penn.

Sources of revenue from games regulated by the Pennsylvania Game Board include slot machines, board games, online games, sports betting, fantasy contests and VGT.

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