Record igaming performance drives PA revenue up in September

| By Robert Fletcher
Aa record performance from Pennsylvania’s online gambling market in September helped push overall market revenue in the state up 1.1% year-on-year.

Total revenue for September amounted to $284.2m (£218.7m/€242.1m), slightly up from $281.2m in the same month last year, but down 8.4% from $310.4m in August this year.

This growth was down to the stellar performance of igaming, with revenue here rocketing 1,290.2% from just $4.1m in September 2019 to $57.0m this year. This surpassed the existing $55.9m record set last month.

Revenue from online slots amounted to $39.9m, while internet table games revenue reached $14.7m. There was also an additional $2.4m in online poker revenue, courtesy of the Mount Airy Casino Resort and its partner PokerStars.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia led the state’s online gambling market in September with $16.1m in revenue, ahead of Penn National and partners DraftKings with $10.2m, and the Valley Forge Casino Resort and FanDuel on $9.1m.

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