February Online Casino Revenue Of $215.3 Million Smashes All-Time Record

Written By Corey Sharp on March 19, 2024 - Last Updated on March 20, 2024
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Pennsylvania online casinos rebounded in a huge way last month. After a slower January, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) reported that operators produced $215.3 million in February online casino revenue, which is an all-time US record. It broke December’s mark of $204.2 million in revenue.

PA online casino revenue recorded a 32.7% year-over-year increase and an 13.7% month-over-over increase.

PlayPennsylvania Managing Editor, Dave Briggs, said:

“Online casino revenue in Pennsylvania was off the charts in February. Not only was total revenue of more than $215 million an all-time best, it smashed the previous record by more than $11 million.

“Pennsylvania continues to show incredible growth in online casino revenue and that’s a great thing for residents of the Keystone State. Total taxes collected from online casinos in February alone reached nearly $77 million. That money stays in Pennsylvania to support the citizens of Pennsylvania and helps fund problem gambling resources.”

bar chart showing Pennsylvania online casino revenue - February comparison

Breakdown of PA online casino February 2024 revenues

  • Online slots revenue: $156.2 million
  • Table games revenue: $56.6 million
  • Online poker revenue: $2.4 million

bar chart showing Pennsylvania online casino revenue - January and February comparison

Quick analysis from February PA online casino figures

  • For the fourth time in six months, PA online casinos broke another US record. To the Keystone State’s standards, operators had a slow January, generating just $189.3 million in revenue. February shows that the state is setting a new bar almost every month. Not to mention, February is the shortest month of the year and shattered December’s record by over $11 million.
  • While the sample size isn’t too large, online casinos are averaging $202.3 million in revenue a month. Should the state keep up that pace, it’ll surpass $2.4 billion in yearly earnings. In 2023, platforms produced $2.1 billion in revenue.
  • Bally Casino PA recorded the best month it ever had in February. The operator produced nearly $4 million in earnings, which is a step up from January’s $3.4 million total. It’s only a matter of time before Bally’s is consistently hitting $4 million a month, and competing with operators such as Golden Nugget online casino PA and PlayLive! Casino PA.

PA online casino revenue by operator in February 2024

LicenseeTotal RevenueSlotsTablesPokerPromosTaxes
Hollywood Penn National$84,283,275$54,068,572$29,816,054$398,649$6,984,272$30,258,778
Valley Forge$57,223,463$40,458,957$16,764,507$0$12,466,329$17,798,340
Rivers Philadelphia$36,110,619$32,256,405$3,728,043$126,171$6,840,821$14,340,920
Harrah's Philadelphia$10,751,305$7,304,086$2,947,808$499,411$812,362$4,055,768
Golden Nugget PA$4,820,019$4,193,575$626,444$0($880,048)$2,484,834
Mount Airy$4,648,762$2,784,979$452,109$1,411,673$1,059,475$1,223,575
Live Philadelphia$3,926,790$3,363,955$562,835$0$614,746$1,574,626
Bally's State College$3,916,162$3,586,192$329,970$0$906,844$1,312,089
Wind Creek$2,384,232$2,007,786$376,446$0$527,659$859,500
Mohegan Sun Pocono$1,338,483$1,011,042$327,441$0$74,333$558,214
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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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