Florida’s non-tribal casinos set revenue record of $569 million in 2018 David Lyons, The Sun-Sentinel · June 11, 2019 at 7:16 pm Revenues flowed at record levels into Florida’s non-tribal casinos’ coffers last year with $569 million collected from gamblers, an industry trade group said Tuesday. The money represented a 4.1 percent increase over 2017, and marked the ninth consecutive year on the upside, said the American Gaming Association of Washington, D.C. , in an annual survey. Nationally, the figure hit $41.7 billion, also a record. Florida’s state tax collectors went along for the ride, taking in $199.2 million in 2018, also a 4 percent boost. The commercial casinos are taxed at 35 percent of electronic gaming device revenue. By state law, all tax revenue from commercial casinos flows into the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund.