Slot machine revenue at PA casinos totaled $203,643,986 in July, a nearly 3% bump over the previous month, but a 2.62% decrease year-on-year.
Have the lavish new poker rooms at both Parx and Sands brought in new card players, or are they cannibalizing competitors, or neither?
Parx Casino, the Keystone State’s highest grossing gambling venue, announced a partnership with software developer GAN to offer sports betting via retail and online channels.
Pennsylvania casinos had a record breaking fiscal year, driven by table game growth. This year stands to be even better, thanks to iGaming.
The PA Gaming Control Board has opened the door for sportsbook operators and others to submit applications, but will anyone bite?
Pennsylvania Lottery sales grew last fiscal year, assuaging fears that the industry would face an extended downward slide.
June was a strong month for slot revenue at Pennsylvania casinos, particularly at Valley Forge, which boasted the biggest Y/Y gains.
The PA Gaming Control Board approved a second set of temporary sports betting regulations today, which seems to block third party skins.
On the heels of a disappointing April, table games at PA casinos bounced back in May. Which casinos were the biggest winners and losers?