Online Casinos in PA Continue to Lead the Market with November Revenue
November of 2022 was yet another record-breaking month for PA online casinos. On December 19, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported that the gross monthly revenue generated by PA online platforms was $155.9 million.
This outstanding performance surpasses the previous record of $151.7 million achieved in October and establishes a new all-time high for any US online casino sector. The lifetime tax income of the Keystone State is already close to $1.1 billion, the most of any state that regulates online gambling.
In Pennsylvania, online slot machine revenue amounted to $86.6 million, revenue from online table games reached $39.4 million, and revenue from online poker totaled $2.5 million.
As the state’s casino apps posted two consecutive months of US records, the PA iGaming market has never been better. In November, the state’s online casinos almost hit $156 million in gross revenue, breaking previous records for online gambling in the country.
There are now 18 online casino establishments operating in Pennsylvania, and more are set to make their debuts soon. After getting iGaming operator license at the last PGCB meeting, WynnBet Casino seems to be the most likely establishment to make its debut in the state.
Rivers Philadelphia, Hollywood Penn National, and Valley Forge, three of Pennsylvania’s top ten licensed land-based casinos, dominate the online gambling industry with their own casino platforms. They generated $131.4 million in sales in November, accounting for more than 84% of the market.