SugarHouse leads the way in first PA igaming revenue figures


first_img Regions: US Pennsylvania Pennsylvania’s licensed operators have generated revenue of $812,306 in the first sixteen days following the opening of the state’s regulated igaming market, with customers wagering almost $50m. Pennsylvania’s licensed operators have generated revenue of $812,306 in the first sixteen days following the opening of the state’s regulated igaming market, with customers wagering almost $50m.Since the market went live on 15 July, customers spent a total of $49.2m, of which $23.8m was on slots, and $25.5m on table games according to figures from the Pennsyvlania Gaming Control Board. Slot revenue across the three operators that launched during the month was $517,712, while the contribution from table games amounted to $294,594.Rush Street’s SugarHouse Casino led the way in the early days of the market, accounting for more than half – $442,796 – of total revenue. Customers wagered $10.1m on slots, for product revenue of $261,869. Table games contributed a further $160,927, from stakes of $5.8m.Parx Casino came second, with total igaming revenue of $260,124. Players staked $10.0m playing slots, though won most back, leaving revenue of $139,903, while table game spend of $19.3m resulted in revenue of $120,221.Penn National Gaming followed with revenue of $117,284 from stakes of $4.1m. Slots accounted for $115,940 of revenue, compared to $13,446 from table games.Read the full story on iGB North America. SugarHouse leads the way in first PA igaming revenue figures AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 16th August 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Finance Slots Table games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Casino & games Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Slot Machines Email Addresslast_img

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