Sports betting

Pennsylvania betting revenues down 24% in April

Keystone state records overall handle of $36.7m across its eight venues

Pennsylvania betting revenues reached $4.2m in April, down 24% on the previous month.

The eight venues offering on-premise betting recorded overall handle of $36.7m, the state’s gaming control board reported.

Parx Casino reported the highest monthly revenue of $907,298 with Rivers a close second making $871,753 in monthly earnings.

SugarHouse’s Rush Street Interactive-powered product secured revenues of $781,163 during the period, compared to $1.2m in March.

Valley Forge Race and Sportsbook was the only operator to report higher figures in April than March, with revenues increasing 65% to $195,856

The eight venues offering betting services paid $1.5m in taxes in April.

New Jersey reported a similar drop in revenues this week, as operators recover from March Madness.

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