The online lottery launched in Pennsylvania in May. Since then, the number of $1,000+ winners has increased every single month.
The July numbers from Pennsylvania DFS sites showed minimal profit since there are minimal games to play with only baseball and golf running.
The fiscal year revenue numbers were reason for PA casinos to celebrate, but there was nothing eventful about July slot revenue.
Penn National has found several possible sites for its York County satellite casino. Problem is, none of the townships want to get on board.
DraftKings topped the field for PA DFS revenue in June, a month notorious for ofering very little in the way of sporting events.
In a harshly worded letter to Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania casinos asked him to shut down the iLottery bc it is offering casino-style games in their eyes.
A year ago, someone bought a Powerball ticket that ended up winning $1 million. The problem is no one has claimed the prize and it is about to expire.
Need some incentive to play Keno in PA? How about wind machines with free play and cash multipliers every Friday at PA Lottery retailers?
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board renewed the casino license for Sands Bethlehem Casino. The property is soon changing hands, as Sands sold it to Wind River earlier this year.
Pennsylvania is one of the states with betting law on the books, but Sen. Orrin Hatch could supersede it with a proposed federal wagering bill.