Philly Live! is ready to move forward and work towards breaking ground, but it may not be ready to keep going with its current name.
In an attempt to protect its Hollywood Casino property, Penn National bid $50.1 million for rights to the first satellite casino in Pennsylvania.
In a major deal for Pennsylvania, Penn National gaming is acquiring Pinnacle Entertaiment in a $2.8 billion deal. Penn will now own 41 casino properties.
After getting the green light to resume development, The Cordish Company reveals new details about it $600 million Philly Live! stadium casino project.
In the first month after eliminating its $10 amenity fee, Valley Forge Casino saw slot revenue increase. The whole state’s slot revenue was up $2 million.
The list of municipalities opting-out of satellite casinos in Pennsylvania jumped from seven to 130, many of which are in Lancaster and Chester Counties.
The new opt-out procedure for satellite casinos is underway, but the nature of the process means towns can opt-out and still end up near a mini property.
A new report from credit agency Moody’s has several major concerns about the financial viability of the new Pennsylvania gambling expansion laws.
Thanks to the new gambling expansion law, SugarHouse Casino dropped its lawsuit against the proposed Stadium Casino project.