Suddenly, Pennsylvania sports bettors have a trio of options to choose from when it comes to online betting. Of course, two of those options are effectively one and the same. Tuesday marks the beginning of testing on the state’s third …
Almost a month after the first PA online sportsbook began testing, a second one is about to get underway. Three days of betting app testing start Monday The Parx sports betting app begins its first of three days of testing …
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh is working to launch both a new BetRivers online sportsbook as well as a new The Lading Hotel attached to the property.
The PA regulated fantasy industry keeps churning along, but as sports betting gets rolling, the numbers increasingly pale in comparison.
Pennsylvania sports betting and online gambling are two big topics of conversation lately. We sat down with the PGCB Exeuctive Director to get some answers.
Retail sports betting is already having an impact on PA casino bottom lines, but it will reach even further once online betting matures.
After holding out for 18 months, Lady Luck Nemacolin Woods is finally dropping its $10 casino amenity fee after paying $1 million to PGCB.
Lancaster County senators are fast-tracking legislation giving their local communities the right to opt-out of the video gaming terminal (VGT) market.
After delaying its intial June 1 opening date, the Presque Isle Downs retail sportsbook is back on track to launch by football.
The first month with regulated online sports betting saw a revenue boost, even if PlaySugarHouse PA was only live or four days in May.