Pennsylvania casinos have posted their fifth consecutive monthly revenue decline from slot machines.
Gross revenue from slot machines rose more than 5 percent for the fiscal year that just ended.
Pennsylvania’s gross slot machine revenue was up 3.4 percent in May over the year before, boosted by the second full month of play at Valley Forge Casino Resort in suburban Philadelphia. Existing casinos, meanwhile, saw a modest rise.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board says the state set an all-time high for gross revenue from slot machines in March.
Another milestone for a casino that’s under construction in Atlantic City. The first slot machines are due to arrive at Revel casino Wednesday.
Possible damage to the Pennsylvania Lottery was the source of much hand-wringing when legalizing casinos was being debated.
Parx Casino has been given approval to set up a high limit room with 14 table games taking two high limit tables already on the gaming floor and adding a dozen more, putting them all in a special area.
Revenues at Atlantic City’s 11 casinos are down again for the month of February but not by much.
HARRISBURG (CBS) – For the first time since it began comparing the data, the Gaming Control Board says Pennsylvania experienced an overall drop in slots revenue last month, compared to January of 2010. But a […]
Lightning has struck for the third time in less than two weeks at an Atlantic City casino.
Early numbers for slots revenue suggest that SugarHouse is taking a bite out of Harrah’s hide.
Sugarhouse executives conducted a walk-through of the just about completed casino which is scheduled to open a week from today.
Compared to the previous month, slots revenues were down in August – the first full month of table games at Pennsylvania casinos.