he Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported Monday that revenue from the combined play of slot machines and table games reached an all-time monthly high during March 2019 of USD 309,125,131. The amount was also a 2.86% increase over March 2018, the only other month since casinos opened in late 2006 where overall revenue was above USD 300 million (USD 300,516,011).
March's numbers were driven by the highest single month for table games revenue of USD 82,527,450 coupled with the third highest monthly slot machine revenue of USD 226,597,681. The previous high month for table games revenue occurred in April 2017 when USD 79,596,706 was generated.
Additionally, this March's numbers for table games was a 4.25% increase compared to March of last year when revenue was USD 79,165,791. The report also provides tax revenue from table games play during March which totaled USD 13,289,564 with an average of 1,279 tables in daily operation statewide.