Without Online, PA Sports Betting Revenue Takes A Step Back In April

April showers dampened the latest report for legal sports betting operators in Pennsylvania.

The eight active PA sportsbooks combined to win $4.2 million for the month, holding about 11.5% from $36.8 million in total wagers. Although it’s a reasonable performance given the season, those numbers don’t compare well to those from neighboring New Jersey.

PA sports betting remains limited to brick-and-mortar properties for now, but regulators expect to approve the first online sportsbooks within weeks.

You can read the full April report here.

PA sports betting revenue breakdown

Sportsbook Handle Revenue March Revenue +/- Taxes
Totals $36,769,145 $4,221,482 $5,519,340 -23.5% $1,519,734
Rivers $8,159,827 $871,753 $1,344,398 -35.2% $313,831
SugarHouse $7,920,797 $781,163 $1,237,301 -36.9%

Read more at www.legalsportsreport.com/32574/pa-sports-betting-revenue-april-2019/