KING OF PRUSSIA PA – Revenue from table games played at Pennsylvania casinos amounted to $55.9 million in November 2012, including $2.61 million from the Valley Forge Casino Resort in King of Prussia, according to a report released Monday (Dec. 17, 2012) by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The total represents a year-over-year increase of 3.4 percent in gross revenue compared to November 2011.
The monthly report also shows tax revenue generated from table games last month was $8 million.
When combined with earlier-reported slot machine revenue for November 2012, combined gross gaming revenue for the month was $248,381,749, an increase of 1 percent increase over 2011. Combined tax revenue for the month was $111,689,755.
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