Slot machine revenue results were down again in July compared with the same month last year, continuing the trend even though another gaming facility opened up in the month.
Just three of the now 12 gaming facilities in the commonwealth did not have declines in slots revenue to report last month, according to a news release from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The newest facility is the Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin in Fayette County, which opened July 1.
Overall, slots revenue fell more than 3.7 percent to about $204.9 million, the release stated.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course in Dauphin County came in with a more than 7.5 percent decline to about $19.8 million.