With Rivers Sportsbook open for business Pittsburgh Steeler and NFL fans alike can place a host of wagers on Sunday’s Steelers and Patriots showdown.
While Rivers and SugarHouse launch their new sportsbook, Parx Casino reps had to admit they won’t be taking any bets until January 2019.
Pennsylvania is about to have three more sportsbooks, so let’s look at some PA team futures bets they might offer after launch.
SugarHouse and Rivers Casinos hoped to have sports betting up and running by Dec.1, but now it will be more like mid-December before they take bets.
Key sports betting companies Rush Street Interactive and Kambi received key approvals from PGCB, opening the door for three new PA sportsbooks to open.
Pennsylvania fantasy sports revenue nears $10 million total after six months of regulated operation in the Keystone State.
Even though the home crowd roots for the Jets and the Eagles, BetStars NJ customers are much more likely to back the Steelers at the sportsbook.
Turns out Hollywood Sportsbook will beat Thanksgiving after all. And in doing so, it will become the first Pennsylvania property to begin offering sports betting. According to PennLive, Hollywood Casino sportsbook plans to open its doors Saturday at 11 a.m. UPDATE: Over the course of Thursday, …
Hollywood Casino still plans to open Pennsylvania’s first sportsbook, but a paperwork delay is pushing launch to the very end of November.