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October aggregated gross gaming revenues rise by 12.8% in Pennsylvania

The eastern American state of Pennsylvania reportedly saw its aggregated gross gaming revenues for October rise by 12.8% year-on-year to approximately $320.21 million despite the considerable impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to a report from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review newspaper citing official figures from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the twelve land-based casinos in ‘The Keystone State’ saw their October aggregated gross gaming revenues from traditional slot and table games decline by about 16.1 % year-on-year to slightly over $218.06 million. This purportedly came after the venues were allowed to re-open from mid-June following an almost three-month shutdown instituted to help stop the spread of the potentially-lethal coronavirus ailment.