Four more companies have applied to operate fantasy sports contests, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has announced, in addition to the six previously received.

Pennsylvania State Capitol

Sportshub Technologies, Yahoo Fantasy Sports, Fantasy Draft and Full Time Fantasy Sports are the new applicants.

That is in addition to the six applications previously received from StarStreet, JDAD, FanDuel, Crown, Boom Shakalaka and Fastpick.

Daily fantasy sports legislation in Pennsylvania became active at the start of May, with operators charged $50,000 for a licence and taxation levels set at 15 per cent of gross revenue.