April 18, 2016
Three Philadelphia-area casinos won big at table games last month.
According to figures released Monday by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, state casinos posted a record $77.9 million in revenue from gambling at table games in March, up 11.7 percent from March 2015.
The previous record was set in December 2015 at $72.2 million.
Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem earned top honors, followed by three local spots: Parx Casino in Bensalem ($15.4 million), SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia ($10 million) and Harrah's Philadelphia in Chester ($6.9 million).
The overall gaming revenue brought in by the state's 12 casinos was more than $289 million.
The complete PGCB report can be viewed on its website.