FanDuel will make its way into the PA sports betting market through its partnership with Valley Forge Casino. Expect a launch in March.
Some PA casinos fared better than others when it came to 2018 revenue, they all expect to get a big boost from sports betting and online casinos this year.
The winter weather may be cold, but the promotions are red hot in January at every Pennsylvania casino. Giveaways include free play, cash, and cars.
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.
Sands Bethlehem revenue keeps slipping. In November it fell to third in slots revenue, as Rivers Casino asceneded to second.
October was a down month for Pennsylvania casino revenue, but the addition of sports betting revenue in November could quickly turn things around.
Valley Forge filed its application for a $10 million PA sports betting license this week. The casino will partner with FanDuel on its sportsbook plans.
PA casinos held relatively steady on the revenue front in September, but expect at least some uptick when sports betting launches later this year.
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved online gaming licenses for Valley Forge and online gaming opponent, Sands Bethlehem.
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.