Even with the Super Bowl to draw bettors in, Pennsylvania sportsbooks only generated $31 million in bets and just $1.95 million in revenue in February.
Penn National Gaming and Lancaster County are in a similar bind. Mini-casino expansion resulted in each ended up with two casinos they didn’t want.
The shortest month of the year is long on giveaways and other casino attractions. Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, a casino anniversary, and a universal desire to escape winter provide the basis for multiple promotions. Throw in a new incarnation of …
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 …
We run down the easiest ways to check lines at all the PA sportsbooks without even leaving your couch. Here’s where to find the freshest numbers.
Pennsylvania’s first sportsbook at Hollywood Casino generated $1.4 million in bets during its first two weeks of operation, netting around $500,000 in handle.
Christmas and New Year’s Eve domniate the events at PA casinos this December. Players can celebrate 2019 and win loads of prizes like cash and Range Rovers.
Turns out Hollywood Sportsbook will beat Thanksgiving after all. And in doing so, it will become the first Pennsylvania property to begin offering sports betting. According to PennLive, Hollywood Casino sportsbook plans to open its doors Saturday at 11 a.m. UPDATE: Over the course of Thursday, …
Hollywood Casino still plans to open Pennsylvania’s first sportsbook, but a paperwork delay is pushing launch to the very end of November.
If Hollywood Sportsbook launches this month, Penn National will be first to market for a second time, after doing so in West Virginia.