The day is finally here. Penn National is the first casino company to apply for a $10 million sports betting license. It will partner with William Hill.
Sports betting won’t launch until 2019, but Pennsylvania sports fans can wager on the new PA Lottery virtual sports offering, Xpress Sports.
With two more PA casinos applying for interactive gaming licenses, it is time to ask about what happens to the leftover licenses.
It was a busy day for Churchill Downs, which both applied for a Pennsylvania online gambling license and assumed the license for Presque Isle Downs Casino.
The PA Lottery isn’t just a moneymaker for the state. Two lottery providers, IGT and Scientific Games are in a contentious battle for the Lotter contract.
Churchill Downs and Eldorado Resorts are putting the finishing touches on a deal that gives the Louisville company control of both Presque Isle and Lady Luck Nemacolin casinos.
Make it two Pennsylvania casinos that confirmed they will offer sports betting. Mount Airy announced it will work with The Stars Group for online gambling.
The PA Lottery has launched two new Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers-branded lottery games in an effort to capitalize on the NFL’s popularity.
With TV sports betting ad buys already on the rise, Pennsylvania casinos should worry about having the advertising budgets to compete with NJ competitiors.
The Pennsylvania Lottery player-favorite instant lottery game, scratch-offs made three lucky winners millionaires and two more multi-millionaires in July.