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April Brought More Than $210 Million in Online Gambling Revenue for Pennsylvania

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April was another stellar month for PA online casinos, with the Pennsylvania Gambling Control Board (PGCB) reporting gross monthly revenue from iGaming to have reached $212.2.

Although the previous month’s $233 million record is going to prove very hard to top, online casinos in the Keystone State appear to be keeping the $200 million benchmark as a constant in the past months, never once dipping under since February of this year.

26.39% Increase Recorded from April Last Year

Casino games offered online generated monthly gross revenue totaling $173,425,559 during April 2024 compared to $137,214,750 in April 2023, an increase of 26.39%. With the total tax revenue generated from internet gaming play during last month being $75,617,783, it appears that the state of Pennsylvania is set to continue riding the online gambling wave for quite a while yet.

Meanwhile, as expected, slots raked in the highest revenue with $126,013,832, slightly lower than the previous month’s $135,519,554. Table games brought in significantly less than half with $45,006,006, also dipping somewhat from March’s total of just over $53,000,000. Poker remains lagging behind, generating some $2,405,721 in income, although if the multi-state poker online compact things could change very fast. Still, with PA online casinos raking in an impressive total of $173,425,559, no-one’s complaining.

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