Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Releases 2022-2023 Annual Report
HARRISBURG, PA (September 29, 2023) — The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has released the 17th edition of its Annual Report.
The PGCB’s 2022-2023 Annual Report provides detail on the work of the agency in regulating the Commonwealth’s gaming industry, and also includes:
- individual revenue figures during another record-setting fiscal year for slot machines, table games, sports wagering, internet gaming, fantasy sports contests and video gaming terminals at eligible truck stops;
- a year in review report with pertinent statistical figures from the PGCB’s key bureaus;
- information on the PGCB’s Don’t Gamble with Kids initiative; and,
- a section on problem gambling and the PGCB’s Self-Exclusion Program.
The PGCB was established in 2004 through the passage of the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development and Gaming Act. Since then it has become one of the pre-eminent gaming regulators in the world overseeing all aspects of gambling in the Commonwealth which, at the close of the fiscal year included:
- 17 land-based casinos;
- 19 retail sports wagering locations;
- 13 online sports wagering sites;
- 20 sites to participate in online casino-type games (slot machines, table games, poker);
- 69 truck stop establishments with Video Gaming Terminals (VGTs); and,
- 11 online fantasy sports contest sites.
In addition to supporting over 15,000 jobs, casinos and the other types of Board-regulated gaming generated over $2.3 billion in tax revenue during the 2022/2023 State Fiscal Year.
The report can be downloaded by visiting the Gaming Control Board’s web site, www.gamingcontrolboard.pa.gov, and choosing the 2022-2023 PGCB Annual Report link under the Quick Links section of the homepage.
Additional information about both the PGCB’s gaming regulatroy efforts and Pennsylvania’s gaming industry can be found at gamingcontrolboard.pa.gov. you can also follow the agency on X (formely twitter) by chossing @PAGamingControl.
SOURCE: Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).Tags: Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, 2022-2023 Annual Report