PHILADELPHIA -- State gaming officials say revenue from table games at Pennsylvania casinos was up 31 percent during the fiscal year that just ended.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said Tuesday that gross revenue from table games was $663.9 million for the fiscal year that came to a close June 30. The state taxes table game revenue at 14 percent, so officials say the games generated $107 million in tax revenue last fiscal year.
The board's numbers show that table games revenues were up for the year at each of the state's 14 casinos. The overall numbers were boosted by Valley Forge Casino Resort, which opened in March. It generated $7.1 million in gross revenue.
Pennsylvania first licensed slot-machine casinos in 2006 before authorizing table games in 2010.