Poker Revenue In Pennsylvania Shows Growth

More than 225 poker tables are running and doing business in Pennsylvania.


And according to the reports, a combined $5.05 million has been collected by all 225 poker tables in the state of Pennsylvania. This is the figures that have been released by officials of the state recently.

Last year in April, the poker rooms collected $5.01 million. The year-over-year gain was approximately one percent. In the first four months, the poker rooms have collected the amount of $20.38 million, which is 1.4 percent more in comparison to last year the same period. The revenue of poker has grown in every year of this year, except the month of February, which is an exception. Talking about the yearly revenue, then in the year 2016, poker rooms collected the total amount of $58.6 million. It was nearly $1 million more than what was generated in the year 2015.

The report of each poker room and its performance

The Parx with its 45 tables racked $1,513,467, Sands Bethlehem with its 30 tables racked $909,652, SugarHouse with 28 tables, racked  $655,133, Rivers with its 30 tables, racked $555,275, Harrah’s Philadelphia with its 28 tables, racked $461,552, Penn National with its 16 tables racked $394,174, Mohegan Sun with its 18 tables, racked  $237,850, The Meadows with its 14 tables, racked $154,053, Mount Airy with its 9 tables, racked  $88,626 and Presque Isle with its 7 tables, racked $84,621.

Nemacolin and Valley Forge casino in the state and does not have poker rooms.

Though, poker is reducing in the Keystone State, the table games are booming overall. The year-on-year growth shows this. However, according to the reports, the number of poker rooms is decreasing in the state because of the proliferation of poker room in the other parts of the country.