Fantasy contest sites in Pennsylvania had there best month since joining the legal industry, but it was still no sports betting.
Several PA casinos took substantial hits in terms of table game revenue in September, dropping the total take to $72,310,210.
With the exclusivity window for PA casinos to buy iGaming licenses closed, outside entities may now apply. Who might get involved?
A bevy of PA casinos were approved today to offer a mix of online gaming and sports betting in the Commonwealth during a meeting of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).
Slot machine revenue at PA casinos was up slightly year-over-year in September, with gaming venues combining for a total take of $196,209,618.
During a recent PGCB hearing on gaming license renewal, Penn National revealed several details of its sports betting plans.
NetEnt, an elite slot and table game producer, announced that it has applied for a license to operate in the Keystone State market.
Ahead of legalized sports betting and online gambling, Pennsylvania’s land-based casino industry is showing positive signs.