A steady increase in revenue recorded for PA Casinos in April 

by Pride
Published 21/05/2023

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board recently reported a steady increase in gross revenue of 3.27% for the month of April. 

Key takeaways:

  • Gross revenue for April 2023  – $473,723,131
  • This is an increase in revenue of 3.27% from the same period last year
  • Statewide igaming revenue is up 21.31%

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board recently published revenue figures for the month of April 2023. The report shows that PA gaming revenue maintained its bullish momentum, scaling 3.27% over the same time last year. 

Figures in the PGCB report cover revenue from all forms of regulated gaming conducted in PA. These include video gaming terminals, fantasy contests, sports wagering, internet gaming, slot machines, and table games

Igaming breakdown

PA online casinos recorded another impressive month in April 2023. The total revenue received was $137,214,750, which is 21.31% over the $113,109,393 posted in April 2022. 

Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course led in total revenue collected. The operator attracted over $58 million in gross revenue, an impressive increase of almost 30% from last year. 

The largest percentage growth was at Parx Casino. Posting just over $2 million in gross revenue in April 2022, the site reported almost $5 million in April this year – a 129.04% increase. 

Tax collected 

The PGCB also reported on the amount of tax collected from igaming activity in April 2023. This is a breakdown of some of the sectors highlighted in the report. 

Activity Tax Collected 
Slot Machines $108,154,474
Table Games $13,820,605
Internet Gaming $58,277,083
Sports Wagering $13,333,004
Video Gaming Terminals $1,837,860

PGCB oversees all aspects of gambling in the Keystone State. This involves ensuring that 17 land-based casinos, sportsbooks, online casino operators, and video gaming terminals are operating within the law. 

For more information on the PGCB and its activities, visit gamingcontrolboard.pa.gov.