Pennsylvania poker revenue figures for brick & mortar casinos – Fiscal Year 2017/2018 (July-June).
Pennsylvania Poker Revenue Introduction
In 2004, the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development and Gaming Act paved the way for brick & mortar casinos in the Keystone State. Since that time, Pennsylvania has become the second-largest statewide gambling market in the U.S. behind Nevada.
The following spreadsheets reflect Pennsylvania Poker Revenue for the commonwealth’s 10 live poker rooms. They cover Fiscal Year 2017/2018, which includes the period of July 1st, 2017, to June 30th, 2018.
Several of the live casinos listed below will become (pending application approval) Main Certificate holders for iGaming operations once real money products such as online poker launch — perhaps as soon as this year.
For more detailed information on Pennsylvania poker revenue, visit the official Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) Table Games Revenue Page.
Those who would like to watch recent PGCB meeting developments can do so via the article below.
PA Gaming Control Board Meeting Timestamps (Jul 21, 2018)
Pennsylvania Poker Revenue – Parx Bensalem (FY 2017/2018)
- Slight monthly fluctuations in number of tables are not reflected
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GGR: Gross Gaming Revenue
NET REVENUE: Revenue after tax, before expenses
# TABLES: The number of tables in operation at each casino
% TABLE SHARE: The number of tables in operation at each casino divided by 225
% MARKET SHARE: Each poker room’s GGR divided by $57,554,191
GGR $ PER TABLE: Monthly average per table in each casino
UP/DOWN %: Monthly GGR increase/decrease
STATE POKER ROOM RANKING: Determined exclusively by total Gross Gaming Revenue
Sands Bethlehem (FY 2017/2018)
SugarHouse Philadelphia (FY 2017/2018)
The Rivers Pittsburgh (FY 2017/2018)
Harrah’s Philadelphia (FY 2017/2018)
Pennsylvania Poker Revenue – Hollywood Grantville (FY 2017/2018)
Mohegan Sun Wilkes-Barre (FY 2017/2018)
The Meadows Washington (FY 2017/2018)
Mount Airy Mount Pocono (FY 2017/2018)
Presque Isle Erie (FY 2017/2018)
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