October was a down month for Pennsylvania casino revenue, but the addition of sports betting revenue in November could quickly turn things around.
South Point’s Jimmy Vaccaro is leaving the Vegas sportsbook to help Rush Street Gaming launch wagering at its properties, including Rivers and SugarHouse.
Even though the home crowd roots for the Jets and the Eagles, BetStars NJ customers are much more likely to back the Steelers at the sportsbook.
Churchill Downs will apply for PA sports betting once its Presque Isle sale finalizes. In the meantime, it wants a New Jersey sportsbook by year’s end.
Turns out Hollywood Sportsbook will beat Thanksgiving after all. And in doing so, it will become the first Pennsylvania property to begin offering sports betting. According to PennLive, Hollywood Casino sportsbook plans to open its doors Saturday at 11 a.m. UPDATE: Over the course of Thursday, …
Valley Forge filed its application for a $10 million PA sports betting license this week. The casino will partner with FanDuel on its sportsbook plans.
Hollywood Casino still plans to open Pennsylvania’s first sportsbook, but a paperwork delay is pushing launch to the very end of November.
Parx Casino confirmed it’s working with Kambi to launch a sports betting offering. The Philadelphia casino hopes to start taking bets before the year ends.
If Hollywood Sportsbook launches this month, Penn National will be first to market for a second time, after doing so in West Virginia.
The PGCB says that online casinos will need approval to offer games with different rules to the same game in a live casino, including blackjack.