Pennsylvania is in the midst of launching its sports betting industry.
Spokesman for the PA Gaming Control Board Richard McGarvey says they’ve completed testing at Hollywood Casino in Dauphin County.
Testing will now take place at the other four locations that have applied for sports betting licenses, including Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh.
McGarvey says gaming officials won’t have any revenue figures until mid-December when month-end reports start coming in.
Soon after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down laws prohibiting sports betting, Pennsylvania lawmakers make it legal for betting to take place in casinos here.