March 2nd, 2018


Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
P.O. Box 69060
Harrisburg, PA 17106-9060


Doug Harbach or Richard McGarvey (717) 346-8321

PA Casino Slot Machine Revenue Down 1.7% In February

HARRISBURG, PA:   The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Boardposted on its web site today the monthly report for total revenue generated from the play of slot machines at casinos during February 2018.

According to the report, February gross revenue from slot machines at the 12 casinos was$189,056,195, a 1.7% decrease in revenue when compared to the $192,268,470 generated in February 2017.   Tax revenue in February of this year was $98,779,694*.

The average number of slot machines operating on a daily basis was 25,841 during February 2018 compared to 26,254 at the casinos in February 2017. 

Gross slot machine revenue for each of the casinos is as follows, with the percentage change reflected over the previous year: 


February 2018

February 2017

% Change

Parx Casino




Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem




Rivers Casino




The Meadows Casino




Harrah's Philadelphia Casino




Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course




Mohegan Sun Pocono




SugarHouse Casino




Mount Airy Casino Resort




Presque Isle Downs and Casino




Valley Forge Casino Resort




Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin




Statewide Total





*Tax revenue figures reflect amount generated prior to any adjustments by the PA Department of Revenue

About the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board:

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is tasked to oversee all aspects of the state’s casino industry, along with oversight of new gaming initiatives to the Race Horse Development and Gaming Act recently approved through the signing of Act 42 of 2017.

The Commonwealth’s casino industry currently consists of 10 stand-alone and racetrack casinos in operation, along with the two smaller resort casinos.  These facilities collectively employ 18,000 people and annually generate approximately $1.4 billion in tax revenue from slot machine and table games play. The largest portion of that money is used for property tax reduction to all Pennsylvania homeowners.

Additional information about both the PGCB’s gaming regulatory efforts and Pennsylvania’s gaming industry can be found at You can also follow the agency on Twitter by choosing @PAGamingControl.