PA Online Casinos Cross $1 Billion In Yearly Revenue Through June

Written By Corey Sharp on July 18, 2023
PA online casino revenue totaled about $157 million in June.

As the dog days of summer are approaching, Pennsylvania online casinos still set a milestone despite a slight cooldown. In figures released from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), online casino operators already exceeded $1 billion in yearly revenue thanks to June’s output of $164.3 million.

With many Pennsylvanians starting to plan for summer vacations outside the state, June revenue remained strong, though it’s the lowest output since February. It’s still the seventh straight month the Keystone State exceeded more than $160 million in revenue.

PlayPennsylvania Managing Editor, Chris Imperiale, said:

“Pennsylvania online casinos once again posted a solid month in June, recording $164.3 million in gross revenue. While this is down about $6 million from May, it is now the seventh consecutive month in which PA online casinos exceeded $160 million in earnings. The total was an impressive increase of more than 30% year over year, as the Pennsylvania market continues to stand above the rest in the US. Revenue shouldn’t slow down anytime soon either, especially with the lack of great sports betting markets for the remainder of the summer.”

Breakdown of June 2023 revenues

  • Online slots revenue: $127.1 million
  • Table games revenue: $34.8 million
  • Online poker revenue: $2.4 million

Full June revenue breakdown by PA casino licensee below.

PA online casinos posting strong numbers

PA’s online casinos have recorded solid numbers since October 2022:

  • October 2022: $151.7 million*
  • November 2022: $155.9 million*
  • December 2022: $166.9 million*
  • January 2023: $160.3 million
  • February 2023: $162.3 million
  • March 2023: $181.5 million*
  • April 2023: $167.2 million
  • May 2023: $170.4 million
  • June 2023: $164.3 million

*indicates US iGaming record

Quick analysis from June PA online casino figures

  • Pennsylvania generated its lowest online casino revenue output since February. Much of that can be attributed to the summer starting to set in, while it’s also difficult to maintain a high level of play month after month. Though June posted a slightly slower month, Pennsylvania still beat out New Jersey, which produced $149.3 million in revenue. A down month for Pennsylvania is still beating out most other states handily.
  • Pennsylvania online casinos just surpassed the $1 billion yearly revenue threshold after June’s total. The market is projected to shatter the 2022 revenue total of $1.67 billion.
  • PA online casinos were up 30% year over year in June. Slot play increased the most at 32.8% from last June. Slots produced $95.7 million in revenue last year compared to $127.1 million this past month.

PA online casino revenue by operator in June 2023

LicenseeTotal RevenueSlotsTablesPokerPromosTaxes
Hollywood Penn National$69,855,052$53,542,709$15,972,505$339,838$12,018,210$25,031,489
Valley Forge$33,714,403$22,895,973$10,818,430$0$5,633,861$11,052,490
Rivers Philadelphia$33,026,927$29,274,108$3,646,009$106,810$6,028,959$13,152,302
Harrah's Philadelphia$6,784,587$4,597,707$1,639,492$547,388$833,555$2,379,472
Mount Airy$4,924,293$2,635,160$854,079$1,435,054$1,384,099$1,035,191
Live Philadelphia$4,476,593$3,964,755$511,838$0$587,328$1,905,705
Wind Creek$2,616,694$2,355,400$261,294$0$797,856$882,881
Mohegan Sun Pocono$2,518,966$2,115,313$403,653$0$332,195$1,027,467
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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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