The Wire Act may be dominating conversations this week, but the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has given us something else to focus on. The PGCB released the first full month of Pennsylvania sports betting revenue figures. Included in the …
PA Lottery’s expansion into Keno, virtual sports, and online instant games have generated $130 million in sales after just six months on the market.
MGM becomes the first official gaming partner of MLB in an agreement that includes the use of MLB’s official data for its sports betting operations.
Churchill Downs will apply for PA sports betting once its Presque Isle sale finalizes. In the meantime, it wants a New Jersey sportsbook by year’s end.
PA Lottery players that are delinquent in paying child support and taxes should be ready to hand over their prize – or at least part of it.
The Oct. 31 PA Gaming Control Board meeting should produce three more sports betting licensees and two more online casino operators.
Tuesday’s Mega Millions drawing will feature the biggest jackpot in history at $1.5 billion. Two PA players won $1 million prizes playing last week.
Pennsylvania lottery players mark your calendars for Tuesday, Oct. 13. and get your Mega Millions lottery tickets. They might be worth $654 million.
Mohegan Sun Pocono sold the winning Powerball ticket on Oct. 3. The ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball for a $150,000 payday.
The PGCB recently release its annual Gaming Diversity Report looking at the continued efforts to cultivate adequate representation among casino employees.