Pennsylvania's 12 casinos in March brought in $69.8 million in revenue from table games, the industry's highest total since table games started in July 2010, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported.

The total was 2.7 percent higher than last year. March table games revenue was down 4.7 percent at the four casinos in the Philadelphia area, to $29.4 million from $30.8 million, compared to a year ago.

Harrah's Philadelphia, in Chester, and Valley Forge Casino, in Upper Merion Township, had double-digit percentage declines, while revenue rose at Parx and SugarHouse, data from the Gaming Board showed.