Pennsylvania reported record gaming revenue in March of US$554.6m, up from December 2023’s previous best of $534.2m.


Rising by 7.6 per cent from last March’s $515.3m, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said igaming “continued to be the driver for the overall growth,” with a 29 per cent jump in revenue to $191.1m.

However, sports betting revenue in the Keystone State dropped by 10 per cent to $45.6m, despite handle rising by 10.7 per cent to $800.7m.

In the land-based sector, retail slot machine revenue in Pennsylvania increased by 1.1 per cent to $227.9m, but retail table games revenue declined by 0.8 per cent to $85.2m.