PA Online Casinos Set a New US Revenue Record in September with $187.3 Million
The peak of the autumn gaming season is almost coming. According to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), online casinos generated $187.3 million in revenue in September, a new US record.
With a total of $181.5 million in revenue, PA online casinos broke the record they established back in March. After a disappointing July in which the state’s revenue fell short of $170 million, gamers have shown why PA is the biggest online casino market in the nation.
- Revenue from online slots: $142,578,465;
- Revenue from table games: $42,351,221;
- Revenue from online poker: $2,382,088.
This is the seventh time a US iGaming record has been beaten by PA legal online casinos. In three of the previous five months, the PA income reached and even surpassed $170 million.
A Brief Analysis of the PA Online Casino September Figures
Revenue from Pennsylvania’s online casinos exceeded $1.5 billion in 2023, and they are on track to reach $2 billion by the year’s conclusion. The Keystone State is on track to earn $2.03 billion in 2023 with monthly profits of an average of $169.2 million.
The fifth-highest income among PA licenses was generated by Golden Nugget PA, which brought in $6.4 million. This is a rather impressive figure in the operator’s second full month after debut. Bally Casino PA, which reported just $2.2 million in revenue for September, was easily surpassed by Golden Nugget. The two operators debuted in the PA market as QGE applicants just months apart.
Caesars Casino Pennsylvania and Tropicana Pennsylvania under the Harrah’s Philadelphia license had their greatest month ever. The two casinos brought in $7.5 million, which is roughly $1 million more than last month.