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This week the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has announced that the Keystone State's sportsbetting revenue rose slightly in October to $14.9 million.
Revenue was up slightly from the $14.88 million generated in September, but players spent 24% more than the month prior, betting $241.2 million. Online wagers generated $10.3 million of the revenue share, which was up 11.2% from September.
Retail establishments generated $5.7 million in revenue for the period, up 23.9% from September.
Pennsylvania has legalized sportsbetting and online casino games, hoping to take advantage of its large population to generate tax revenues for different programs.