Revenue from table games was up 1 percent for Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos during the month of April.
April’s gross table game revenue was $62.18 million, compared to $61.55 million in April 2013.
The Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, with 200 table games, had the highest revenue from table games. It took in $15.03 million compared to $13.93 million in April 2013 when it had 183 table games.
Mount Airy Casino Resort in Mount Pocono also saw an increase. With 80 table games, it took in $4.03 million in April as compared to $3.14 million with 72 table games in April 2013.
However, overall casino revenue was down for the month in Pennsylvania.
Coupled with figures on slot machine revenue released earlier this month, overall gross revenue from both slots and tables at the state’s 12 casinos was $259.95 million this April, below the $266.7 million generated in April of last year.