Fanatics launches in Pennsylvania

January 22, 2024
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This marks the 11th state for the Fanatics Sportsbook.

Fanatics Sportsbook and Casino has launched in the state of Pennsylvania, marking the 11th state for the Fanatics Sportsbook and the second state for the Fanatics Casino. 

The Fanatics Sportsbook and Casino will soft launch for two days under the supervision of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, but there are no restrictions regarding customer signups or playtime.

Sports fans in the Keystone State will be able to download the Fanatics Sportsbook, which includes Fanatics Casino, on both iOS and Android. 

Pennsylvania’s November 2023 sports wagering handle topped $900m for the first time, though sports wagering revenue saw a decrease in its numbers.

More recently, Pennsylvania outperformed neighboring New Jersey for December, although the latter took the trophy home for the full year.

This news follows on from Fanatics partnering with the Carolina Hurricanes to become the official sports betting partner of the NHL side, giving Fanatics access to the North Carolina market for mobile sports betting and the opportunity to put a retail sportsbook at PNC Arena. 


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