PA Sets Another US Online Casino Revenue Record, Hits $233.1 Million In March

Written By Corey Sharp on April 17, 2024 - Last Updated on April 18, 2024
Woman holding a blue foam #1 finger with PA written on it next to a large casino chip that reads $233M. Pennsylvania online casinos set a new US record for the second straight month, generating $233.1 million in March revenue.

Pennsylvania online casino operators broke a revenue record for the second straight month in March. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) reported that operators produced a US-best $233.1 million in gross online casino earnings last month.

It’s the third time in four months operators generated more than $200 million.

PA online casino revenue recorded a 28.4% year-over-year increase and an 8.3% month-over-over increase.

PlayPennsylvania Managing Editor Dave Briggs said:

“After an incredible February with an all-time online casino revenue record of more than $215 million, the fact that the March figure was $18 million higher is simply astounding. It is a testament to the power of the Pennsylvania online gambling sector and its ability to drive revenue benefitting Pennsylvanians.”

Breakdown of PA online casino March 2024 revenues

  • Online slots revenue: $177.5 million
  • Table games revenue: $53.1 million
  • Online poker revenue: $2.5 million

Quick analysis from March PA online casino figures

  • Michigan released its online gambling revenue a day earlier than Pennsylvania. The Great Lakes State reported $215.2 million, which set a state record and came within a smidge of Pennsylvania’s February record. However, knowing that the Keystone State is the market leader in iGaming, it was expected  the state would easily surpass Michigan’s March total. Pennsylvania continues to set the standard for online casino earnings in the US. At this rate, it would be surprising if Pennsylvania didn’t cross the $250 million revenue threshold at some point this year.
  • The Rivers Casino Philadelphia licensee, partnered with BetRivers, Borgata and PlaySugarHouse, surpassed $40 million in monthly profits for the first time ever. The licensee has hovered around the $35 million total over the last several months. Those three operators saw the benefits of increasing revenue in the Keystone State. Unfortunately, the PGCB told PlayPennsylvania earlier this month that it does not plan on reporting revenue by operator, instead of by licensee. We won’t know for sure what each operators contributes to the market.
  • Pennsylvania is on pace to produce more than $2.55 billion in online casino earnings this year. In 2023, the Keystone State set a record, generating $2.11 billion in yearly proceeds. Operators have turned in $637.7 million in revenue so far this year, which is a monthly average of $212.6 million.

PA online casino revenue by operator in March 2024

LicenseeTotal RevenueSlotsTablesPokerPromosTaxes
Hollywood Penn National$85,198,336$62,150,519$22,628,019$419,798$12,911,966$30,274,386
Valley Forge$65,476,763$45,756,278$19,720,485$0$14,646,337$19,954,646
Rivers Philadelphia$40,283,748$36,107,567$4,045,190$130,992$7,524,510$16,102,396
Harrah's Philadelphia$11,464,039$8,887,585$2,020,472$555,982$1,061,822$4,636,325
Parx$7,106,446$5,702,275$1,404,171$0$1,429,581$2,531,922
Mount Airy$5,526,843$3,216,978$941,986$1,367,879$1,214,064$1,446,444
Golden Nugget PA$5,448,973$4,952,781$496,192$0$981,315$1,945,980
Bally's State College$4,461,780$3,924,836$536,944$0$890,488$1,512,055
Live Philadelphia$4,294,002$3,473,164$820,838$0$792,834$1,578,712
Wind Creek$2,571,926$2,260,540$311,386$0$484,636$1,008,810
Mohegan Sun Pocono$1,254,747$1,088,521$166,226$0$63,937$579,871
Total$233,087,603$177,521,044$53,091,909$2,474,651$42,001,490$81,571,547
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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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