After 2017 saw month after month of declining slots revenue, Pennsylvania casinos are on the rise, Valley Forge in particular.
Thanks to its partnerships with East Coast casinos like Parx Casino in Pennsylvania, online casino software company GAN is already reaping financial benefit.
The regulations for Pennsylvania online casinos are far from finalized, but the temporary rules indicate servers do not have to be inside the state, opening the door for partnerships in states like New Jersey.
Wind River casino organization purchase of Sands Bethlehem is far from final, but they are already trying to work with the community to save the area’s iconic steel mills.
Daily fantasy sports sites are gearing up for regulation in PA, but officials assure players they won’t notice much difference in how they play.
The steady decline of slot revenue at Pennsylvania casinos continued in February 2018. Is the answer to reversing the slump more slot machines?
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month and the Pennsylvania Lottery is taking action, releasing info on the warning signs of a gambling problem.
Longtime general manager and brother of Brett Favre, Jeff Favre, is stepping down from his post at Presque Isle Downs casino, but Kevin O’Sullivan has the experience to fill his shoes.
Perhaps because it eliminated the $10 amenity fee, Valley Forge Casino experienced a huge uptick in table games revenue–over 40 percent to be precise.
Parx Casino will put its newly opened expansion poker room to use when it launches the Big Stax XXIV tournament series on Feb. 28.