Rush Street Interactive is rolling out its online casino to players in Pennsylvania this week, less than two months after launching the state’s first online [...]
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has confirmed that it will hold an auction for the state’s 13 licensed operators to apply for up to [...]
Pennsylvania’s eight licensed sportsbooks collected total sports betting handle of $35.4m during the month of May, including the first contributions from online sports betting.
New York-listed gaming and racing operator Penn National Gaming has received approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) to begin construction on a new [...]
Rush Street Interactive’s SugarHouse Casino has launched Pennsylvania's first online and mobile sportsbook.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has launched a self-exclusion program for online gambling, ahead of the opening of the market on 15 July.
Licensed operators in Pennsylvania generated revenue of $22.5m through fantasy sports contests in the first 12 months of operation in the state.
Pennsylvania’s licensed gambling operators will be allowed to go live with online gaming in July.
Pennsylvania’s nine licensed fantasy sports operators collected total participation fees of $48.1m during the first quarter of 2019.