Stats and figures are gathered from official sources. We've found, however, that there is quite little context and analysis available on this data, so we did our own. The data is visualized and commented by Lars Wahlström, CEO of ARGO Gaming Group.
Lars is an iGaming veteran with +15 years in the industry and experience from both the B2B- and B2C- side of the online gambling industry. Full comments and analysis are available in the monthly news posts for each respective state, while this page is a basic resource page.
This page currently covers the 2 most interesting and progressive US online gambling markets; New Jersey and Pennsylvania. More to follow as they come and grow. For full commentary and a lot of more, nitty gritty charts, check out our news section.
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Our first stop is New Jersey, the pioneers of online gambling in the US. Monthly figures are normally presented by the DGE, Division of Gaming Enforcement, around the middle of the following month.
Pennsylvania rolled out all forms of online gambling in 2019. Starting with online sports betting in May 2019, online casino followed in July 2019 and then online poker in November 2019. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board release monthly press releases with the latest figures, normally in the second or third week following the month in question.