Online gambling proponents have some reason to cheer, as a gaming reform bill (HB 271) passed through the PA Senate. But we’re not out of the woods yet.
The good news is that there’s been movement on a gaming reform bill in the PA senate, and it includes online gambling. The bad: just about everything else.
The deadline is fast approaching for Pennsylvania to resolve the host casino fee issue. Is a standalone bill going to pass in time to be the solution?
Tremendous gains in table games revenue more than offset the continued decline of Pennsylvania’s slot revenue, prompting casinos to slowly shift focus.
With a rumored $1.3 billion sale to MGM being finalized, Sands Bethlehem calls off its planned $90 million casino expansion project in Pennsylvania.
Parx Casino is stepping up is entertainment amenities with a $50 million expansion which will add two restaurants and a concert venue.
If Pennsylvania lawmakers approve an oppressive 54 percent tax rate on online slots, it’s hard to envision a scenario where anyone wins.
Be it Cinco De Mayo or Mother’s Day, Pennsylvania casinos are getting festive with plenty of promos and giveaways. Here’ s your guide to them all.
The debate as to how to run Pennsylvania online casinos continues, but the answers to tax rates and operators are pretty obvious.
If Pennsylvania Goes Forth With An Oppressive Tax Rate On Online Slots, Poker Players Will Suffer Too
Just because a proposed 54 percent tax would only apply to legal PA online slots doesn’t mean that Pennsylvania online poker players wouldn’t be impacted.