Slots Revenue in Pennsylvania is Down

pennsylvania-state-75x5905 May 2014 – The revenue of slot machines in the state of Pennsylvania fell 3.6 percent in April 2014. According to The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the 12 casinos in the state took in approximately $198 million from slots last month which is down about $7 million from last year. In addition to the 11 casinos that also opened its doors in April 2013, slots revenue fell 4.6 percent. The revenue of slot machines fell at 10 of the 11 casinos. Hollywood Casino is down the most at 10 percent, while Valley Forge Casino Resort is the only one that has produced positive slots revenue up by 20 percent. The tax haul of the state from slot games in April was $106 million.

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