After a sub-$1 million month in August, the start of the NFL season helped PA fantasy sports operators post $2,133,714 in revenue in September.
Pittsburgh’s Rivers Casino rescinded its interactive gaming application in PA, but still has a couple different avenues to launch online gambling.
Sports betting is paying off for Philadelphia’s SugarHouse Casino with revenues at its New Jersey online casino more than doubling since it launched.
The latest fines for SugarHouse Casino stem from the casino failing to properly monitor card decks at its gaming tables, costing them $95,000.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board granted another group of online gambling licenses and the state’s first sports betting licenses at its Oct. 3 meeting.
Philadelphia’s SugarHouse Casino is now the fourth casino license holder in the state to apply for a $10 million PA sports betting license.
After opting out, opting back in, and accusations of bribery, the Hollywood Casino York mini-casino project is getting a Nov. 1 public hearing.
Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack is making plans to open up a sportsbook on the property and launch a mobile sports betting product.
The last month of regulated PA fantasy sports pushed total revenue for the year past $4 million, but expect that number to get much bigger in September.
Total gaming revenue at Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos was up in August, rising to more than $275 million thanks to a small boost from slots.