The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said Wednesday that 10 licensed operators reported $1.3 million in revenue from May’s activity after prizes were paid, and paid nearly $200,000 to satisfy the state’s 15 percent tax.
Pennsylvanians who are at least 18 years old can play.
The gaming board is regulating the games under a law signed by Gov. Tom Wolf last year that also expanded casino-style gambling in Pennsylvania and legalized online casino gambling and sports betting.
The agency is writing regulations for sports betting, and could finish in time for the start of the National Football League’s season on Sept. 5.