Pa. Slot Machine Revenue Goes Up by Over 1% in January
Feb06

Pa. Slot Machine Revenue Goes Up by Over 1% in January

On Monday, February 4, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board posted on its website the January monthly report for the total revenue accrued from slot machines at the state’s licensed casino operators. Fortunately, the slot machines have continued to show year over year growth and the last month was no exception as we got to see a 1.15 percent revenue bump in revenue. According to the gaming control board’s report, the...

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Pennsylvanian Sports Betting Takes Another Leap Forward
Jan09

Pennsylvanian Sports Betting Takes Another Leap Forward

As we have already seen from the impressive revenue figures, the legalization of sports betting and online gambling in the Keystone State was one of the greater decisions that its lawmakers have ever made. Both industries are yet to go live, at least full, that is, but they have already managed to generate upwards of $395.4 million for the state which portrays as a very promising sector. However, considering the rather stormy nature...

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A Forecast of Pennsylvania’s Gambling Expansion in 2019
Jan02

A Forecast of Pennsylvania’s Gambling Expansion in 2019

Gambling expansion in the Keystone State has been moving at a pretty steady ever since the bill that facilitates it was passed in October 2017. Needless to say, the gambling expansion plans has seen several different projects through since the beginning of 2018 and this is set to continue in 2019. As it stands, the state authorities and its gaming regulator are preparing to add sports betting operations to the already vibrant gambling...

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Pa. Truck Stop Video Gaming Terminals Already Materializing
Dec26

Pa. Truck Stop Video Gaming Terminals Already Materializing

It has been over a year since the Keystone State passed its large gambling expansion bill and since then there have been a ton of developments ranging from the launch of sports betting to the approval of several online gaming licenses. Now, the next step seems to be the push for truck stop gambling, something that has been materializing in Center County where two truck stops are being prepared to become the future homes of video...

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Pa. Expanded Gambling Nets $385 Million in First Year
Dec10

Pa. Expanded Gambling Nets $385 Million in First Year

A recent report has revealed that the Keystone State gas netted a little over $1 million each day since the state’s lawmakers passed a law to expand gambling in the region in October 2017. Gambling in the state has injected over $385 million into its coffers, surpassing initial budget estimates. The gambling expansion bill that made this possible involved online or interactive casino gaming, mini-casinos, and sports betting services...

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Pennsylvania Sees Significant Revenue Drop in October
Nov22

Pennsylvania Sees Significant Revenue Drop in October

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control has just released the October revenue numbers for the gambling industry and it does not look so good – there has been a significant drop in the earnings recorded for table games and slot machines. While this is certainly not a sign that the state is headed downhill as far as sports betting is concerned, it is definitely a nudge for the stakeholders. Total gaming revenues in the Keystone State came in as...

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