According to figures released by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, Pennsylvania’s table games generated $54 million in revenue in November. Early this month, the board also reported that Pennsylvania had made $191.8 million in slot machine revenue for November.
Unlike Pennsylvania’s November numbers, Atlantic City’s revenue continues to decline. New Jersey Casino Control Commission figures show Atlantic City’s slot machine revenue fell 5 percent to $173.2 million and table games were down nearly 10 percent to $71.9 million in November.
Atlantic City remains ahead of Pennsylvania in total gaming revenue for the first 11 months of the year. Some gaming analysts say that Pennsylvania may surpass the Atlantic City gaming industry next year, becoming the East Coast’s biggest market.