Online casinos are getting closer in Pennsylvania, but there are several variables that are holding things up. The PlayPA team takes a closer look.
While the data and lobbying groups all agree skins improve online casino markets, Parx Casino wants Pennsylvania to extremely limit how many and what kind of skins are available.
If Pennsylvania Goes Forth With An Oppressive Tax Rate On Online Slots, Poker Players Will Suffer Too
Just because a proposed 54 percent tax would only apply to legal PA online slots doesn’t mean that Pennsylvania online poker players wouldn’t be impacted.
The passage of current PA online gambling legislation won’t result in lower tax revenue for the Commonwealth, despite what the opposition believes.
While all 12 of Pennsylvania’s land-based casinos would likely benefit from a legal PA online gambling rollout, 3 in particular desperately need the help.
Pennsylvania’s land-based casino industry may not be killing it of late, but hope, in the form of legal PA online gambling, could be coming by year’s end.
The Pennsylvania legislature is working on legalizing online gambling along with enacting other gaming reforms, but it’s not likely to happen until spring.
Speculation has emerged that Republican mega donor Sheldon Adelson may attempt to push anti-online gambling language into must-pass legislation this month.