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Pennsylvania smashes month-to-month earnings legend in March.

Gambling revenue in Pennsylvania reached an all-time high of $554.6m (£444.7m/€519.3m) in March, driven by a record performance by the igaming market. Revenue was 7.6% more than $515.3m in Pennsylvania in March 2023 and beat February’s total of $449.1m by 11.1%, It also surpassed the existing monthly record of $534.2m set in December last year. Retail slots were again

Broad Bowl wagers hit $71.5m in Pennsylvania.

Super Bowl wagers in Pennsylvania totalled $71.5m (£56.8m/€66.4m), according to data released by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. These were wagers made through both retail and online sportsbooks. In total, this is a decrease of 15.1% compared to Super Bowl 2023, when the Philadelphia Eagles were defeated by the Kansas City Chiefs. The regulator added

NeoGames to energy PlayLive! online casino in Pennsylvania.

Online gaming and lottery provider NeoGames announced today that its igaming subsidiary Aspire Global will power the Cordish Companies PlayLive online casino. Under the new agreement, PlayLive! will move to NeoGames’ suite of PAM, CRM aggregation and data analytics products by 2024.   When the site intitially launched, the business announced that California-based igaming supplier

Pennsylvania operators fined for allowing bets on unapproved sporting event.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has fined Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing Association and BetMGM for accepting bets on an unapproved sporting event. The sanction was confirmed after the regulator approved a consent agreement presented by the Board’s Office of Enforcement Counsel (OEC). The agreement was the result of negotiations between OEC and Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing

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