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Pennsylvania slot revenue up 2.7% in May

4 June 2019

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board posted on its website the monthly report for total gross revenue and tax revenue generated from the play of slot machines at casinos during May 2019.

According to the report, the combined gross revenue from slot machines at the 12 casinos in May of this year was $209,579,851.21, 2.7% higher than the May 2018 gross revenue figure of $203,993,259.

Gross slot machine revenue for each of the casinos is as follows, with the percentage change reflected over the previous year:

Casino/May 2019/May 2018/% Change
Parx Casino/$37,038,375.06/$35,708,089.14/3.73%
Wind Creek Bethlehem (formerly Sands Casino)/$26,135,435.56/$27,009,310.35/-3.24%
Rivers Casino/$25,612,121.67/$22,676,245.11/12.95%
The Meadows/$18,677,481.02/$17,359,254.44/7.59%
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course/$18,312,915.72/$18,103,917.80/1.15%
Mohegan Sun Pocono/$17,047,557.50/$17,436,510.90/-2.23%
Harrah's Philadelphia/$16,965,046.72/$17,242,944.85/-1.61%
SugarHouse Casino/$15,563,286.02/$15,548,589.92/0.09%
Mount Airy Casino Resort/$12,450,848.68/$12,609,468.23/-1.26%
Presque Isle Downs & Casino/$10,328,658.95/$9,940,269.55/3.91%
Valley Forge Casino Resort/$8,867,509.89/$7,947,054.14/11.58%
Lady Luck Casino - Nemacolin/$2,580,614.42/$2,411,604.59/7.01%
Statewide Total/$209,579,851.21/$203,993,259.02/2.74%

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