Pennsylvania’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) dipped across the board in August, dropping 3.6% to $408.0m (£296.8m/€352.0m).
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Elsewhere, increases were recorded. Pennsylvania’s online slots generated $66.3m, a 4.8% rise from $63.2m recorded in July. Online poker GGR increased by 23.1% monthly to $3.1m.
Online casinos brought in $88.7m in revenue in August. Penn National generated the most revenue at $30.4m with The Rivers Philadelphia coming in behind with $27.1m. Valley Forge came in third with $14.0m in revenue.