A huge spike in slots and table games, led by Penn National and Rivers iGaming brands, spurred a new record for PA online casinos in March.
DraftKings Casino has expanded its menu with a new Spanish 21 Blackjack variant and the title will be available in Pennsylvania soon.
The menu for online casino players in the Keystone State is set to expand again, as PointsBet Pennsylvania prepares to enter the market.
March brought welcome news of the return of alcoholic beverage service (April 4) and big jackpots for several PA casino patrons.
PokerStars PA is flipping the script with a free bonus for online casino games on April Fool’s Day, and Fox Bet has Opening Day promos.
Cashless gaming is another way that gambling companies like Pennsylvania’s Penn National are trying to modernize their services.
The sister online casino brands BetMGM and Borgata are now available in Pennsylvania, both with a robust offering of games.
Overall PA gaming revenue was steady year-over-year in February thanks to some huge gains in online casinos and sports betting.
The future of PA online poker seems bright, but when will Pennsylvania get more operators and join the shared liquidity market?