With the first year of regulated operation complete, the PA fantasy sports industry brought $22.5 million in for operators and $3.4 million for the state.
Sportsbook don’t believe a lack of a local team to root for will keep people from coming to PA sportsbooks in droves to bet on the Sweet Sixteen.
FanDuel Sportsbook at Valley Forge Casino’s grand opening featuring former Philadelphia Eagle Brent Celek is just the beginning of a busy March.
Former Philadelphia Eagle Brent Celek will be on hand in King of Prussia for the official launch of FanDuel Sportsbook at Valley Forge Casino on March 13.
A Fanduel spokesperson said the FanDuel Sportsbook at Valley Forge Casino will open in time for Selection Sunday of the 2019 March Madness.
With no more football to bet on and sports betting underway, PA fantasy sports understandably saw revenue decline in January.
It is not too surprising that the two big DFS players, DratKings and FanDuel, are really the only competitors in the PA fantasy industry.
The year ended in the black for some PA fantasy sites, including a couple like Full Time Fantasy Sports, who reported revenue for the first time.
Valley Forge is the latest casino with conditional approval for sports betting. The PA property will work with FanDuel to launch a product in spring 2019.
Pennsylvania fantasy sports revenue nears $10 million total after six months of regulated operation in the Keystone State.