According to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the state’s casinos took in 17.8% more slot machine revenue this July than the previous year. Much of the credit is going to the increased traffic from the recent addition of table games (precise numbers detailing their take won’t be available until Aug. 20) and the novelty factor obviously won’t last, so officials don’t expect to break records every month. Regardless, in a state that takes 55% of slot revenue, even a bad month is a pretty good month. Read more.
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