Parx Casino Sees Biggest Increase In Table Game Revenue During May

Pennsylvania Table Game Revenue For May

Pennsylvania table game revenue numbers were released for May earlier this week. On the month, Pennsylvania’s twelve casinos generated $74.9 million compared to $74.5 million during the same time last year, representing a 0.6% change year over year.

Despite being down -9.67% from last year, Sands Casino Resorts Bethlehem generated the most table game revenue on the month, but Parx Casino narrowed the gap with a 12.75% increase over last May. Nearly $7.4 million separated the two brands last year while during May 2018, the number shrunk to around $3.6 million.

The biggest winners on the month were The Meadows Casino with a 124.25% increase while Valley Forge Casino Resort increased 67.96%. The biggest losers for May was Mount Airy Casino Resort with a 30.49% decline while Harrah’s Philadelphia saw a downtick of -13.72%

Top Pennsylvania Casinos By Table Game Revenue
CasinoMay 2018 Table Games Revenue% Change from May 2017% of Casino Slot Revenue
Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem$19,616,223-9.67%42.07%
Parx Casino$16,047,65112.75%31.00%
SugarHouse Casino$10,094,366-11.82%39.37%
Rivers Casino$6,288,48315.94521.72%
Harrah's Philadelphia$5,255,880-13.72%23.36%
Valley Forge Casino Resort$3,797,97467.96%32.33%
The Meadows Casino$3,236,107124.25%15.71%
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course$3,022,0321.73%14.30%
Mount Airy Casino Resort$2,938,656-30.49%18.90%
Mohegan Sun Pocono$2,896,6861.24%14.24%
Presque Isle Downs and Casino$1,309,596-6.72%11.64%
Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin$405,2205.03%14.39%
Pennsylvania Total$74,908,8740.6%26.90%

Table games represented 26.9% of total gaming revenue in May compared to 26.8% last year, a negligible decline. Despite being second in table game revenue, Parx Casino continues to rein supreme in the area of total game revenue. With table revenue helping closing the gap and Sands Bethlehem being sold to Wind Creek Hospitality this year, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Parx Casino be at ahead in both categories at this time next year.


Author: Craig Klinski