The budding igaming industry of Pennsylvania, a state located in the US, hasn’t entirely filled the void left by the shutting of land-based casinos due to COVID-19 led lockdown. However, mobile slots are providing the state with some income as the coronavirus pandemic lingers.
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) released the revenue figures recently. As per the board, online slot machine handles topped over one billion USD for the first time. Last month, the state fetched around 1.06 billion USD. The figure is three hundred million USD above the revenue figures for the month of April.
As per PGCB data, Pennsylvania fetched approximately twenty-four million USD off interactive slots and table games.
The board emphasized the noteworthy upsurge in igaming during the COVID-19 led shut down of casinos. In the statement, PGCB mentioned,
“The $55.8 million May online casino-type revenue figure was more than double the revenue generated from those games in March, when revenue stood at $24.9 million.”
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