The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported that total revenue from all forms of gaming along with fantasy contests during November was $452,357,922, an increase of 4.59% over the year before.
Sources of gaming revenue regulated by the board include slot machines, table games, internet gaming, sports wagering, fantasy contests and video gaming terminals.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National generated the most revenue: $71,231,136, up 18.53% from last November.
Hollywood Casino York brought in $7,724,232, an increase of 8.2%.
Total tax revenue raised through all forms of gaming and fantasy contests was $181,826,409 in November.
Gross revenue from slot machines was $185,562,394, about the same as a year ago.
Casino games offered online produced gross revenue of $128,639,234 during November, an increase of 37.01%. That was the highest monthly amount of revenue to date.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board oversees all aspects of gambling involving 16 land-based casinos, online casino games, retail and online sports wagering, and video gaming terminals at qualified truck stops, along with the regulation of online fantasy sports contests.
Paula Wolf is a freelance writer