Parx owner Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment submitted two $10 million application last week, both for the casino and the South Philadelphia Turf Club.
With several turning applications hours before the deadline, nine Pennsylvania casinos applied for the comprehensive $10 million online gaming license.
Hours after Parx Casino filed the first interactive gaming petition in Pennsylvania, Mount Airy turned its petition for online casinos into Gaming Control.
After a deal to buy a Mississippi casino fell through, Eldorado Resorts and Churchill Downs agreed to give operational control of Nemacolin Woods to CDI.
In its letter to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board offering suggestions about sports betting, Penn National said to leave FanDuel and DraftKings out.
Sports leagues and other key stakeholders are making one last push to cement their positions in the Pennsylvania sports betting industry, the NFL included.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is trying its best to move quickly on sports betting. The application process for sports betting licenses is open, but it still seems like 2019 before wagers get placed.
It is good news that sports betting is coming to Pennsylvania, but realistically, the incredibly high tax rate could be a huge damper on the industry.
With sports betting moving forward in Pennsylvania, Rush Street Gaming is moving right along with it, partnering with software provider Kambi. Rush Street owns both SugarHouse and Rivers Casinos in the Keystone State.
The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the federal ban on sports betting means wagering is now legal in PA. What it needs now is a regulatory framework.