Plainridge Park Casino sees its second strongest month ever in July
August 17, 2017 10:28 AM
by Robert Mann
New July data out of Massachusetts’ only slots parlor shows players wagered nearly $200 million catapulting the Plainridge Park Casino to its second strongest month ever.
Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville, the only gambling facility to open so far under the state's six-year-old expanded gaming law, generated $15.5 million in gross gaming revenue in July from a record $194.6 million in wagers, according to the company's revenue report.
The facility, owned by Penn National Gaming, reported a payout percentage of 92.07 percent.
Plainridge will be joined by at least two major new casino/resorts in Massachusetts in the next two years, one in Springfield and another in near Boston.