Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem had the highest revenue in March, bringing in over $12 million. Parx Casino was the second hghest bringing in over $11 million and Presque Isle Downs and Casino, who only has 53 tables, had the lowest revenue of over $2 million. Valley Forge Casino Resort only had two test nights and one day of being open to the public which brought in $276,373.
March’s big numbers have pushed total gross table game revenue to over $1 billion since this type of gaming was added to the state’s casinos in July of 2010. About $161.4 million of tax revenue has also been generated.
“Pennsylvania casinos have worked hard to refine the amount and mix of table games to meet their customer bases and maximize revenue,” Board Chairman William H. Ryan, Jr. said. “With the recent opening of the 11th casino at Valley Forge, I am optimistic that the growth in the table game sector will continue.”