Pennsylvania: iGaming revenues boom in April

Pennsylvania's iGaming revenue was up in April.
Pennsylvania's iGaming revenue was up in April.

Online gambling revenue hit US$43.1million in April, up 77.5 per cent compared to the US$24.3 million generated in March.

US.- Gambling revenues in the state of Pennsylvania fell sharply in April, down 83.8 per cent year on year to $46.1million.

The low numbers are due to the forced casino closure as part of measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Of the revenues generated, online gambling accounted for 93.4 per cent according to figures published by the state’s Gaming Control Board.

Online gambling revenue hit US$43.1million in April, up 77.5 per cent compared to the US$24.3 million generated in March.

Revenue from online slots more than doubled month on month to $27.3million with table games revenue up 19.4 per cent to $10.5 million.

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