Total revenue is down at casinos across the state, according to figures released by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
According to the numbers, released earlier this month, revenue for Nov. 2020 was $284,267,329, a year-over-year decrease of 2.68%.
The decrease in revenue is not unexpected, as the state’s stay-at-home orders have kept gamblers out of the casinos.
Slot revenue took the biggest hit this year, which is down 31.59% from $189,333,840 to $129,530,805.
Table gaming was also down almost 30%.
Cox Media Group