An effort to further reform gaming in Pennsylvania failed last week, but the measure is far from dead. Here’s a look at what is in the bill.
After a record-setting March, Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos saw table game revenue plummet, causing total revenue to fall by 1.5 percent in April
Pennsylvania’s 12 land-based casinos tallied more than $300 million for the first time in the industry’s 14-year history in March.
Two key Pennsylvania lawmakers are speaking out against a proposal that would limit the number of online gaming websites an operator would be allowed to launch.
Four Pennsylvania casinos have been sold in the span of four months, and it looks like online gaming is partly responsible for spurring on the new interest in the market.
The ink on PA’s new gaming law is barely dry, but money is already starting to trickle in. Valley Forge paid $1 million to end the amenity requirement.
Congressman Charlie Dent could be playing with fire, pitting the whims of a billionaire casino mogul against the prosperity of his home state.
The Pennsylvania legislature is working on legalizing online gambling along with enacting other gaming reforms, but it’s not likely to happen until spring.
Sheldon Adelson likes to chastise online gambling as being vulnerable to underage gamblers, something his Pennsylvania casino is quite familiar with.