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?
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.
The debate as to how to run Pennsylvania online casinos continues, but the answers to tax rates and operators are pretty obvious.
Once again, Pennsylvania lawmakers are debating whether or not to expand gambling in the state to include controversial VGTs in bars and truck stops.
The poker battle was between Cate Hall and Mike Dentale, but the real winner of the Poker Night In America livestream was host property, SugarHouse Casino.
Once again, David LeVan is trying to open a Gettysburg, Pennsylvania casino, but critics are concerned it is too close to Gettysburg National Military Park.
There were numerous proponents and evidence presented to assert online gambling could help the Pennsylvania casino industry grow, but Parx Casino disagreed.
With an important joint committee hearing on online gambling coming up in Pennsylvania, Sands and Sheldon Adelson consider leaving the Keystone State.
March 7 is the announced date for a joint meeting of Pennsylvania Senate and House committees to discuss online gaming and gambling expansion.