Revenue generated by gaming and fantasy contests in Pennsylvania totalled $283.7m for October, an 11% rise year-on-year.
State-wide, sports wagering revenue was $15m, representing a rise of 0.4% from September’s figure.
The majority of this revenue, $10.4m, was generated online; while the remaining $4.6m was made in retail.
Valley Forge Casino was the top overall taker for sports betting; it made revenue of $5.8m. From this total, $5.6m was produced online; the highest figure for any online operator.
Parx Casino made the most from retail operations; $1m of its $2.7m total was produced at land-based venues.
Tax generated from sports betting was $5.4m. Gross revenue generated by slot machines in the state’s 12 casinos was $116.4m, up 8%.
Parx Casino took the most revenue in this sector, rising 7% to $35m.
For table games, Pennsylvania’s casinos made revenue of $73.2m, an increase of 10%.
Wind Creek Bethlehem’s revenue of $17.9m was the most taken for table games, rising 11%.
DraftKings was the top taker for fantasy contests, increasing 15% to $1.8m. State-wide, fantasy operators generated $3.3m, a rise of 13%.
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