The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has reported a 35 per cent jump in its fantasy sports revenues during last month compared to the same period last year.
Reporting revenues of $1,803,056 for May 2019, FanDuel saw a 42.66 per cent boost in revenues from $673,014 in May 2018 up to $960,155 in May 2019.
Fantasy sports generated $270,458 in tax revenues last month. Yahoo Fantasy Sports saw the greatest increase in fantasy revenues, with an increase of 91 per cent compared to May 2018, while Fantasy Draft was one of the few which saw a decrease, reporting a fall of 52.95 per cent.
Fantasy Contest Adjusted Revenue for each of the operators which had revenue for either May 2019 or May 2018 are displayed in the following table below.