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Pennsylvania Passes Atlantic City In Casino Revenue For Month of November

New Jersey Still Second Largest Gaming Market In U.S.

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Atlantic CityThe month of November was a bit kinder to Pennsylvania than it was to nearby Atlantic City. For the first time ever, Pennsylvania’s 10 gambling halls generated more revenue than Atlantic City’s 11 casinos.

The margin between the two regions was minimal, with Atlantic City taking in $245.1 million and Pennsylvania taking in $245.8 million, but points to a potential shift in player preference.

The breakdown showed that Atlantic City still leads in total table games revenue, but that Pennsylvania’s slot machine revenue has overtaken their neighbor to the north.

New Jersey still ranks second behind Nevada in total gaming revenue for 2011, but some gaming analysts are predicting that Pennsylvania will take over the number two ranking by early next year.

 
 
 
 

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robtr3
9 years ago

Mmkayy...so let me get this straight...an entire state does more revenue than one zip code...and this is news?

 
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dogman5555
9 years ago

10 PA casinos vs 11 NJ casinos

 
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