Pennsylvania casinos reported Wednesday that table games saw a drop of about 3.6 percent in September compared to a year ago, adding to the woes of casino owners after slot machine revenues also saw a decline.
Gambling regulators say gross revenue from table games at Pennsylvania’s 11 casinos was up 8.9 percent last month when compared to April 2012.
Gross revenue from table games was up 7.4 percent last month compared to a year ago, boosted by the second full month of play at the state’s newest casino, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s table games revenue totals released Monday.
Pennsylvania set an all-time high for gross revenue from table games last month, figures bolstered by the opening of the state’s 11th casino.
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The Gaming Control Board Wednesday officially awarded the soon-to-be opened Valley Forge Casino Resort a license for table games.
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.
The chairman of the Gaming Control Board says, despite lagging slots revenue, he believes the SugarHouse casino will eventually realize its potential – although it may take some time.
Table games, and the revenue they produce, continue to grow in Pennsylvania casinos.
Despite a decrease in revenues from October to November, the executive director of the Gaming Control Board says trends for table games in Pennsylvania casinos are good.
Crews at the Sugarhouse Casino are moving tables for table games into the casino today, to get ready for Philadelphia’s first casino opening next month.
Pennsylvania’s top gaming regulator says preliminary indications suggest that table games, launched last month, have been a boon to Pennsylvania casinos.
One of the local gaming halls now offering live table games is Harrah’s in Chester, Pa., a city that can use all the help it can get.