Two of Pennsylvania’s top casino operators, Penn National and Parx, are preparing to launch sportsbooks in neighboring New Jersey via Freehold Racetrack.
October was a down month for Pennsylvania casino revenue, but the addition of sports betting revenue in November could quickly turn things around.
PA casinos held relatively steady on the revenue front in September, but expect at least some uptick when sports betting launches later this year.
Valley Forge has seen revenues soar after ridding itself of the Category 3 casino amentiy fee requirement. Lady Luck has oddly decided not to pay.
Collectively, Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos had a strong August. Slot revenue was 4.4 percent, resulting in total casino revnue jumping nearly three percent.
Following the approval of its online gambling license by regulations, Caesars has revealed some, but not all of the details about its PA online gambling plans.
July was a down month for Pennsylvania’s casino industry as a whole, but one casino, Valley Forge, continued its hot streak and bucked the trend.
An effort to further reform gaming in Pennsylvania failed last week, but the measure is far from dead. Here’s a look at what is in the bill.
After a record-setting March, Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos saw table game revenue plummet, causing total revenue to fall by 1.5 percent in April