Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem took in $50.9 million in combined slot machine/table game revenue in March, second among Pennsylvania casinos and an 8.9 percent increase over a year ago.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said in a statement that statewide revenue from slot machines and table games reached an all-time monthly high during March of $309.1 million. The previous high was $300.5 million in March 2018.
Parx Casino in Philadelphia led in total receipts for the month, with $56.8 million. The Sands did lead in table game revenue, with $23.2 million in March, up 23 percent over a year ago.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. is selling the Bethlehem casino to Wind Creek Hospitality, a company controlled by an Alabama-based Indian tribe.