The Pennsylvania Game Console announced Tuesday that the total combined revenue generated from all forms of gambling during June 2022 was $389,828,232, a 0.24% increase over revenue generated in June 2021.
The sources of gaming revenue that are regulated by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board include slot machines, table games, online casino gambling, sports betting, fantasy competitions, and video game stations (VGTs). The lottery doesn’t control it PGCB.
Slot machines in traditional Sixteen casinos topped the road last month, as always. Total revenue from slot machines for June was $192,999,137, an increase of 5.48% in revenue compared to $182,971,087 in June 2021.
The number of slots played in June 2022 was 25,823 compared to 26,156 casinos in June 2021. Tax revenue from slots in June 2022 was $98,343,418.
Revenue for table games at traditional casinos for June 2022 was $76,122,937, down 1.89% from June 2021 when revenue was $77,586,113. The total tax revenue from board games during June 2022 was $12,264,474.
Online casino games generated a total revenue of $102,923,741 during June 2022, compared to $88,914,664 in June 2021. This was an increase of 15.76%. Tax revenue generated from playing online games during June 2022 was $43,911,092.
The total sports betting index in June 2022 (the amount wagered) was $393,494,222, 6.35% lower than the June 2021 total of $420,193,377. The taxable revenue figure for June 2022 was $12,769,552, down nearly 63% compared to $34,225,520 in June 2021.
June 2022 adjusted total revenue for VGTs was $3,506,902, up 6.15% year-over-year when revenue was $3,303,745. By the end of June 2022, four VGT Station operators were operating the maximum permitted five machines at 65 truck stations in Keystone State.
Revenue for the fantasy sports competition was $1,505,963 in June 2022, down 20.39% from June 2021, when revenue was $1,891,667. Tax revenue collected was $225,894.