June was a strong month for slot revenue at Pennsylvania casinos, particularly at Valley Forge, which boasted the biggest Y/Y gains.
Pennsylvania casinos see iLottery games as a direct competitor to online slots, but their petition to stop iLotto mostly fell on deaf ears.
Pennsylvania casino operators could deal a crippling blow to the state's online lottery, should its games be deemed too similar to slots.
The PA Gaming Control Board approved a second set of temporary sports betting regulations today, which seems to block third party skins.
Pennsylvania has ample opportunity to bring legal online poker to the mainstream, but can we really blame operators if they opt out?
West Virginia approved its sports betting regulations Thursday, setting the stage for sports books to open ahead of football season.
Fantasy contests generated about as much revenue as one would expect. That is to say, not much. FanDuel and DraftKings dominated.
On the heels of a disappointing April, table games at PA casinos bounced back in May. Which casinos were the biggest winners and losers?
The Pennsylvania iLottery may just be the most reliable source of online gaming revenue for the state, pending it gets its act together.
We'll all soon move on from Delaware, just like we did with online poker and casino games. There's just not much to see.