Betting on simulated football isn't exactly taking off in PA, as both the early numbers and an evening at a Pittsburgh bar indicate.
On Friday, a judge in Pennsylvania gave an early win to the state lottery in a battle with a group of casinos over some iLotto games.
As Pennsylvania casinos prepare to launch online slots and table games, they are also awaiting a judge's decision on the iLottery games.
The stakes are getting high ahead of next month's expected launch of online casino gambling in Pennsylvania. The casinos sued the Lottery.
Pennsylvania casinos and their sports betting partners will have competition in many bars and restaurants for gambling dollars.
A vague DOJ reinterpretation of a decades-old law isn't likely to significantly delay Pennsylvania's upcoming online casino launch.
This December the Pennsylvania lottery system will offer online players a chance for a $10,000 bonus to celebrate the holidays with.
More than three months in, Pennsylvania has consistently expanded the new iLottery in terms of game selection and promotional offers.
They might not be the best titles, but the two new games on the PA iLotto site suggest greater things ahead.
Pennsylvania Lottery sales grew last fiscal year, assuaging fears that the industry would face an extended downward slide.