Retail slots were again the primary source of revenue at $199.0m, though this was 2.1% lower than last year. Retail table games revenue was also down 10.4% to $79.3m.
Online slots overtook retail table games to become the second-highest gambling revenue source in the state, generating a record $86.3m, up 22.1% year-on-year. Online tables revenue was also 21.8% higher at $35.7m, though internet poker revenue slipped 12.7% to $2.5m.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National retained top spot in the state’s igaming market by some margin, posting $52.7m in online gambling revenue. Rivers Casino Philadelphia was second with $29.3m, then Valley Forge Casino Resort on $23.4m.
Turning to sports wagering and revenue was 72.2% higher year-on-year at $40.5m, with $34.4m attributed to online betting and $6.1m retail. The state’s monthly handle was also up 2.7% to $797.1m.
Valley Forge Casino Resort and partner FanDuel remained the market leader with $22.1m in revenue from $292.0m in bets. Hollywood Casino at the Meadows and Barstool followed with $7.8m and a $231.1m handle, then Rivers Casino Pittsburgh and BetRivers on $2.6m revenue from $33.4m in bets.
Meanwhile, revenue from video gaming terminals increased 5.2% to $3.5m for October but fantasy sports contests revenue declined 12.7% to $2.5m.