Table game revenue at Pennsylvania’s 11 operating casinos grew over 7 percent in May, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

With an average of 1,031 tables in daily operation statewide during May, gross revenue from the play of all table games was $55,219,978. That amount was 7.4% higher than in May 2011 when revenue totaled $51,401,083 with an average of 891 tables operating on a daily basis.

Tax revenue generated to the Commonwealth's General Fund from table games (14% of gross revenue) during May was $7,875,385. In addition, table games contributed tax revenue to the Local Share Fund (2% of gross table revenue) of $1,104,400 during May.

Gross revenue for each of the casinos in May 2012 compared to May 2011 is as follows: Casino May 2012 Tables May 2012 May 2011 May 2011Sands Bethlehem was the top revenue performer for the month with $10.85 million in gross revenue at 152 tables, followed by Parx Casino, which generated $9.88 million at 183 tables.