Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board released numbers on Monday that show the table game revenue in the state in April jumped for almost 12%. In comparison to last year when the revenue generated by table games was $64,684,083, this April Pennsylvania witnessed an 11.6% higher number of $72,206,809. The month was the 22nd one in a row to note improvement at table game revenue in state casinos.

Just like any other month in the past three years, the leader was Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem with its $17.7 million. The second best casino in terms of table game profit out of the other 11 venues was Bensalem-based Parx with reported revenue of $14.5 million. SugarHouse in Philadelphia saw table game earnings of $9.7 million. A low number of only $3.5 million generated Monroe County Mount Airy Casino.

The spokesman of the gaming board, Richard McGravey, stated that the total gaming revenue went up 3.9% y-o-y and highlighted that April was the 8th consecutive month in which an increase has happened. According to his statement, the last drop in total gaming revenue in Pennsylvania was back in August, 2015. The state scooped $121.9 million in taxes in April thanks to the casinos’ excellent performance.

Earlier, the board also published a report on slot machine revenue, which was higher for 3.9% in comparison to last April. The results combined reveal that Parx Casino is the leader when it comes to total gaming revenue with its profit of $48.5 million. Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem has reported slightly worse numbers and total gaming revenue of $43.8 million. Both operators, however, have seen their TGR increase for 9.17% and 2.23% respectively.

When combined, the total gaming revenue of all 12 Pennsylvania casinos goes over impressive $281 million.