Online poker will soon launch in Pennsylvania. Here is a quick guide to what options PA poker players will have come 2019.
Mohegan Sun Pocono rescinded its online poker license in PA, but its online casino plans do hint they’ve added Kindred as an online gambling partner.
Parx Casino confirmed it’s working with Kambi to launch a sports betting offering. The Philadelphia casino hopes to start taking bets before the year ends.
The PGCB says that online casinos will need approval to offer games with different rules to the same game in a live casino, including blackjack.
PGCB gave Stadium Casino and Presque Isle Downs approval for Pennsylvania online gambling. Presque Isle will launch next spring under the BetAmerica brand.
Caesars picked up two pro sports team deals in one fell swoop, inking partnerships with the NHL’s NJ Devils and the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers.
Penn National has signed deals with NetEnt and IGT. IGT will do the online gaming platform and content for Hollywood Casino. Netent will add extra games
Illinois Rep Lou Lang says Pennsylvania has made a mess of gambling regulation. He’s right, but at least PA is getting safe, regulated online gaming.
SugarHouse still waiting to launch in PA, but if PlaySugarHouse in New Jersey is any indication, its game plan will largely focus on in-game betting.
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved online gaming licenses for Valley Forge and online gaming opponent, Sands Bethlehem.