The twelve casinos in Pennsylvania reportedly recorded a 1.57% increase year-on-year in aggregated gross gaming revenues for November to just over $253.56 million with Montgomery County’s Valley Forge Casino Resort leading this swell courtesy of a 12.4% boost to almost $9.55 million.

According to a Monday report from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, November was also a good month for Mount Airy Casino Resort as it registered total gaming revenues of $15.43 million, which represented a rise of 10.23% year-on-year, while Rivers Casino Pittsburgh saw takings improve by 6.24% to $26.64 million.

Continuing this positive news, total November gaming revenues at Fayette County’s Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin reportedly grew by some 2.01% year-on-year to top $2.55 million with SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia recording a 1.64% advance to $24.81 million.

There was additionally a 1.04% year-on-year expansion in total November gaming revenues to $18.69 million recorded by Grantville’s Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course while monthly takings at Northampton County’s Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem rose by 0.95% to reach in excess of $44.22 million.

However, the news was not good for everyone as Mohegan Sun Pocono reportedly recorded a 0.37% wane year-on-year in total November gaming revenues to $19.12 million while Harrah’s Philadelphia saw its monthly takings fall by an even larger 0.71% to $19.57 million.

In the Philadelphia suburb of Bensalem, Parx Casino reportedly witnessed a 1.01% decrease year-on-year for its total November gaming revenues to nearly $43.91 million while the sum of $974 million from Erie’s Presque Isle Downs and Casino represented a deterioration of 1.67%.

But, the biggest drop was reportedly felt by The Meadows Casino, Racetrack and Hotel in rural Washington County as its total November gaming revenues of a little over $19.31 million represented a decline of some 1.82%.