The leading revenue generator was the Sands Casino Bethlehem, followed by Parx Casino.

This year marked the first time the Board was able to make a year over year comparison of table game revenue. August of last year was the first full month of table game operation at nine of the casinos, with a tenth casino, SugarHouse, starting table games operation in September 2010.

In that comparison, revenue this August was more than $20 million higher than August 2010 when revenue totaled $34,555,172. However, 282 more tables were in operation at casinos this August helping to produce that difference.

When only comparing the nine casinos open in August of 2010, the increase was about $14 million with 235 more table games in operation this year.

The below chart shows the Gross revenue for each of the casinos in August 2011 compared to August 2010:

 

 

CasinoAugust 2011 Tables

August 2011
Gross Revenue

August 2010 TablesAugust 2010
Gross Revenue
Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem

129

$10,769,620

89

$4,297,070

Parx Casino

172

$9,674,727

57

$6,338,617

Harrah’s Chester Casino and Racetrack

121

$7,449,605

99

$5,918,137

Sugarhouse Casino

47

$6,118,038

N/A

N/A

Rivers Casino

107

$5,645,514

85

$4,162,280

The Meadows Racetrack and Casino

78

$3,510,056

61

$2,395,124

Mount Airy Casino Resort

72

$3,358,558

72

$3,360,361

Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs

84

$3,306,177

72

$3,533,765

Hollywood Casino at Penn National Racecourse

63

$3,130,556

53

$2,658,762

Presque Isle Downs and Casino

44

$1,794,059

48

$1,891,056

State Wide Total

918

$54,756,909

636

$34,555,172

 

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