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.
The Pennsylvania Lottery’s virtual sports offering Xpress Sports will soon be taking wagers on simulated football matches and auto races.
The temporary regulations are posted and the applications are in. As of now, eight platforms are trying to offer regulated daily fantasy sports in the Keystone State.
In preparation for online gambling launching in Pennsylvania, Penn National struck up a deal with online slot provider Lightning Box.
Pennsylvania only just started accepting online gambling license applications, but the pressure is already on for the Keystone State to join online poker’s shared player pool.