There are 225 poker tables across the state

Pennsylvania poker room revenue grows 5.4% in March

The poker rooms in Pennsylvainia reached USD 58.6M in 2016, about USD 1M more than the revenue generated in calendar year 2015.

United States 
| 20/04/2017

According to the official data, the industry raked a combined USD 5.45M last month wich represents an improvement compared to USD 5.17M collected during the same period in 2015.

Through the first quarter of 2017, poker revenue is up 1.5 percent. February of this year did have one less day due to the leap year in 2016.

Here’s a look at how each poker room did last month:

Parx: $1,436,830 (45 tables)
Sands Bethlehem: $1,016,488 (30 tables)
SugarHouse: $798,076 (28 tables)
Rivers: $684,591 (30 tables)
Harrah’s Philadelphia: $470,328 (28 tables)
Penn National: $440,820 (16 tables)
Mohegan Sun: $236,357 (18 tables)
The Meadows: $180,085 (14 tables)
Mount Airy: $96,685 (9 tables)
Presque Isle: $91,520 (7 tables)

Two of the state’s casinos (Valleyforge and Nemacolin) don’t have poker rooms.

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