The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has reported for the first-time combined fiscal year revenue figures that include sports wagering and fantasy sports contests under the expanded Gaming Act. The total revenue of $3,309,766,175 eclipsed the previous high state fiscal year total of 2017/2018 and was more than $59m above (1.8% higher) the total revenue achieved in that fiscal year.
The combined gross revenue includes slot machine, table games and sports wagering at the 12 commonwealth casinos along with fantasy sports contests. Estimated combined tax revenue from these gambling initiatives for the 2018/2019 fiscal year was $1,390,870,251 compared to $1,337,298,788 in the previous fiscal year.
While table games revenue was down slightly this fiscal year with total revenue in 2018/2019 of $885,588,231 compared to $895,278,806 during the 2017/2018 state fiscal year, slot machine revenue saw a $26.5m year-over-year increase in that same period.
The Board has also posted sports wagering revenue for June 2019, which includes both land-based sportsbooks and online wagering, in the table below:
|Casino or Off-Track Betting Facility||Land-Based
|Online Revenue||Total Revenue|
|South Philadelphia Race and Sportsbook*||$161,001||0||$161,001|
|Valley Forge Casino Resort||$149,621||0||$149,621|
|Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course||$83,520||0||$83,520|
|Oaks Race and Sportsbook*||$76,594||0||$76,594|