Unibet Casino Pennsylvania Approaching $150 Million In Lifetime Revenue

Written By Corey Sharp on November 21, 2023 - Last Updated on April 10, 2024
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One of the oldest online casinos in Pennsylvania is approaching a huge milestone. Mohegan Pennsylvania, partners with Unibet Casino PA, is looking to become the sixth licensee in the Keystone State to achieve $150 million in lifetime revenue.

Unibet has a strong slot library and terrific promotions that have led to this milestone.

Unibet Casino PA to hit huge revenue milestone in early 2024

PA online casinos have proven to create the most robust market in the country. Unibet is one of the oldest platforms in the state, launching an online casino exactly five years ago.

Unibet is expected to cross the $150 million lifetime threshold for earnings at some point in early 2024. Its partner, Mohegan Pennsylvania, would become the sixth licensee to reach that mark in the state’s history. The other five include:

  • Hollywood Penn National: $2.03 billion
  • Rivers Philadelphia: $1.32 billion
  • Valley Forge: $947.8 million
  • Mount Airy: $359.5 million
  • Parx: $261.7 million

Unibet currently sits at $146.2 million in lifetime revenue. It recorded at least $2 million in monthly online casino revenue six times this year, including a high of $2.9 million in May.

The platform recorded $1.8 million in October revenue, and has two more chances to cross the $2 million threshold again this year.

Unibet is averaging $2.1 million in monthly profits in 2023. Should Unibet keep its average above $2 million, it will reach $150 million by January.

Harrah’s Philadelphia, partners with Caesars Casino PA and Tropicana Casino PA, can also reach $150 million in January. Together, the two licensees could make for seven to have reached that mark in lifetime earnings.


Best games and current promotions at Unibet Pennsylvania

Unibet has recently debuted multiple new slot titles over the past several months that have been popular among the brand. Hypernova Megaways and 10,000 Wonders 10k Ways can give players up to a combined nearly 130,000 different ways to win.

In addition to the new games, Unibet is offering Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals with some familiar, but popular titles.

New players who deposit $50 or more will receive $100 in bonus funds to use on select casino slot games, including 10,000 Wonders 10k Ways and Hypernova Megaways. Some other eligible games include:

  • Lightning Gorilla
  • Parthenon Quest For Immortality
  • Chicken Fox
  • Zodiac Infinity Reels
  • Apollo Stacks

Those new to the online casino can also receive $100 in cash by placing $1,000 or more in wagers on select non-live dealer blackjack games. Both promotions run until Nov. 30.

Unibet is offering the following table games for this deal in PA:

  • Multi-Hand Blackjack Surrender
  • Blackjack Classic Surrender

Head of Acquisition for Unibet North America, Ben Heiser, told PlayPennsylvania about the promotions:

“With our Black Friday, Deals-Giving promotions, we wanted to create differentiated offers that would appeal to experienced casino players. For players who love slot titles that feature big wins and payouts, our ‘Deposit $50, Get $100’ is the perfect offer because it only applies to our most popular, high volatility titles. If you’re a player who’s serious about playing blackjack, our ‘Wager $1,000, Get $100’ offer provides the right amount of challenge to prove their skill [playing through $1,000] and an equally serious reward of $100 cash with no wagering requirements. Overall, we hope the message is clear: If you’re a serious casino player, there’s no better casino to play at than Unibet.”

As the holiday season is approaching, Unibet has tons of offerings available that players will enjoy.

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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