Pennsylvania Digital Gambling Revenue Revealed
Online gambling generated more than $812,000 for three Pennsylvania casinos in July, show figures from the state’s Gaming Control Board.
Parx Casino and Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course introduced digital gambling on July 15, with SugarHouse Casino following in their footsteps two days later.
The Friday report from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board shows that SugarHouse generated the biggest revenue, taking in $422,796 from online gaming. Parx Casino followed behind with $260,124, and Hollywood Casino produced $129,386.
Online slots accounted for the biggest portion of the revenue, bringing $517,712 to the gambling venues. Table games earned a total of $294,594.