All forms of gaming plus fantasy contests led Pennsylvania operators to earn a total $311m in January gaming revenue, a 2.7% increase year-on-year.
iGaming was up 476% y-o-y, led by Hollywood Casino at Penn National, which generated $27.6m for an astounding 1,047% y-o-y increase.
Rivers Casino Philadelphia/BetRivers was not far behind at $21m, while Valley Forge Casino/FanDuel took third at $14.8m.
Mount Airy/PokerStars generated $2.7m in online poker revenue for the month, which helped push Mount Airy to $6.3m in total iGaming win.
Sports wagering handle grew 12% from December 2020’s total of $549m, while revenue fell slightly from December to $34m. Online wagers accounted for 88% of January sports betting win.
The FanDuel Sportsbook at Valley Forge led the way with $223m in handle and revenue of $14.5m. All but $225,000 of Valley Forge/FanDuel’s sports betting win came via online.
Penn National’s Barstool Sportsbook at The Meadows was a distant second with $145m in handle and revenue reaching $7.9m.
DraftKings Sportsbook at Hollywood Casino finished third in handle with $66.5m but only earned $1.3m in revenue, likely related to easy-to-win promotions.
Retail sportsbooks were led by Rivers Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, which combined for nearly $1.5m of Pennsylvania’s $4m retail sports betting win.
Brick-and-mortar casinos were closed for three days in January but still pulled in $141m in slots (down 26% y-o-y) and $51m in table games (down 30% y-o-y) revenue.