Pennsylvania

More than $393 million was recorded in January, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, a $13.1 million drop from December when revenues reached $406.3 million. It’s also a drop of more than $39.3 million compared with November when revenues totaled $432.5 million, data show.

Pennsylvania casino revenues rose in January to $145.8 million, up 12.6% from the previous month’s total of $129.2 million.

Through six months, total revenue generated through all forms of gambling and fantasy contests has totaled $1.4 billion at the state’s 16 licensed casinos, which generated about $515 million last month. The figures are based on reports filed by the casinos with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB). PGCB provides monthly updates on tax collections for its table games and slots/online gaming taxes . According to PGCB data, table games at Pennsylvania casinos generated nearly 10 percent more revenue in January than during the same time period last year PGCB reported three weeks ago that online A gradual decline in revenues at Pennsylvania casinos continued last month.

More than $393 million was recorded in January, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, a $13.1 million drop from December when revenues reached $406.3 million. It’s also a drop of more than $39.3 million compared with November when revenues totaled $432.5 million, data show.

The Hollywood Casino at the Meadows in Washington County generated $16.7 million in January, its second-highest monthly revenue ever behind only October 2014 when Penn National Gaming Inc., which runs all four of the state’s casinos, began accepting sports bets over mobile devices and computers.

Locally, Rivers Casino Pittsburgh saw revenues of $28.5 million. Of that, slot machines brought in more than $19.6 million, with $7.4 million generated from table games.