A slight fall in gaming revenue in the US state of Pennsylvania has been recorded by the state’s Gaming Control Board in November.
Revenue fell by 2.68 per cent to $284,267,329, compared with the same month of 2019. The sources include slots, table games, internet gambling, sports wagering, fantasy contests and video gaming terminals.
The state has 13 land-based casinos, the highest revenue-earning of which was the Hollywood Casino at Penn National, which registered $54.2m, down 7.49 per cent.
The best-performing for the month was the Valley Forge Casino Resort which showed a 93.3 per cent uplift to $33.5m. But the best performing sector was video gaming terminals with a 242.7 per cent increase to $2.2m.