PA Online Casinos Top $185 Million In Revenue For Second Straight Month

Written By Corey Sharp on November 17, 2023 - Last Updated on January 18, 2024
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Online casinos in Pennsylvania are beginning to set a new standard. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) reported operators generated an impressive $186.9 million in October online casino revenue. This mark comes just shy of September’s earnings record of $187.3 million.

A good month for PA online casinos had been around $160 million, until that number has gradually grown in recent months. Operators are showing that $190 million in monthly revenue is achievable, with a $200 million month possible in the not-too-distant future.

PlayPennsylvania Managing Editor Chris Imperiale said:

“Pennsylvania online casinos once again had a stellar performance during the month of October. Coming off a record-setting September, PA online casinos just missed posting a new high, producing more than $186.9 million in gross revenue. The noteworthy showing saw earnings drop just slightly from the prior month, however, revenue was up over 23% from October 2022. The state’s platforms have now exceeded $160 million in 10 of the last 11 months. October also pushed lifetime online slot revenue beyond $4 billion. It’s clear the Pennsylvania online casino market is thriving at the moment and has no reason to slow down going forward.”

Breakdown of PA online casino October 2023 revenues

  • Online slots revenue: $141,964,765
  • Table games revenue: $42,637,039
  • Online poker revenue: $2,345,997

Full October revenue breakdown by PA casino licensee below.

PA online casinos continue their dominance

Pennsylvania online casinos have broken a US iGaming record five times over the last several months. The Keystone State has recorded at least $170 million in revenue in three of the last five months, and $185 million in consecutive months.

Quick analysis from October PA online casino figures

  • While there are plenty of sports ongoing, the fall is proving to be online gaming’s best time of year. Pennsylvania online casinos can start to expect regular outputs of $180+ million during the fall and into the early winter months. When the sports calendar slows down in the spring and summer, perhaps a slow month for online casinos will be around $170 million. Either way, operators are setting the bar extremely high.
  • There’s no secret that online slots are the bread and butter for online casinos in Pennsylvania. With October’s output of $142 million in slot revenue, the state has generated $4.03 billion in lifetime slot revenue. Slots account for 74.2% of lifetime online casino revenue.
  • Pennsylvania online casinos are well on pace to generate more than $2 billion in yearly earnings. The Keystone State is averaging $170.9 million in monthly revenue, and is slated to produce $2.05 billion this year.


PA online casino revenue by operator in October 2023

LicenseeTotal RevenueSlotsTablesPokerPromosTaxes
Hollywood Penn National$73,075,060$52,764,546$19,991,351$319,163$10,897,098$25,852,990
Valley Forge$43,789,791$30,471,221$13,318,570$0$8,386,548$14,056,694
Rivers Philadelphia$34,800,955$30,727,389$3,976,533$97,033$5,494,849$14,276,922
Harrah's Philadelphia$8,282,925$5,656,852$2,139,452$486,621$255,268$3,332,504
Mount Airy$5,508,170$3,464,070$600,920$1,443,180$1,822,619$1,199,530
Golden Nugget$5,233,177$4,760,952$472,225$0$2,249,621$1,431,674
Live! Philadelphia$4,031,486$3,553,295$478,191$0$520,329$1,713,773
Wind Creek$2,366,393$2,117,473$248,920$0$650,936$831,758
Mohegan Pennsylvania$1,808,763$1,540,995$267,768$0$281,754$712,832
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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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