Pennsylvania sets revenue record as casinos re-open in April

| By Nosa Omoigui
The state of Pennsylvania generated gaming revenue figures of $404.1m (£284.9m/€331.0m) for April, a massive 776.2% increase on the same month last year when casinos were closed due to coronavirus restrictions and slightly ahead of the record set in March.
Pennsylvania sets April gaming revenue record

Retail slot games were the best performing in terms of revenue bringing $201.3m and retail table games were the next best at $77.8m. The online counterparts of both formats experienced significant growth: Online slot revenue increased 129.2% to $62.6m, and online table revenue was up 812.0% to $26.3m.

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