This past week Montgomery County announced it will receive $1.7 million a year from Valley Forge Casino by virtue of changes to the state’s gambling laws.
While many are excited about the range of new gambling ventures now legal in Pennsylvania, some towns are saying no thank you to satellite casinos.
Slot revenues at Pennsylvania continued its ten-month decline, but table game revenues continue to thrive, keeping year-over-year revenue steady.
The newest numbers from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board show that slots revenues in fiscal year 2016-2017 dropped 2.2 percent.
As MGM looks to expand into the PA casino market, its purchase of Sands Bethlehem is expected to take a minimum of six months to complete, possibly longer.
Carnegie Mellon researchers have created Liberatus, a second-generation poker AI that will use risk-reward equilibrium to beat human opponents.
It’s a new year, but the same old story in Pennsylvania, where the state still faces a major fiscal gap and lawmakers mull legalizaing online gambling.
With the new year upon us, the Pennsylvania General Assembly will pick up unfinished business over casino host fees and regulation of PA online gambling.
Reports are that Sands Casino in Bethlehem PA has submitted paperwork to begin a $40 million expansion of its table games room. It can add up to 13 tables.