Sands Corp is days away from being out of the Pennsylvania casino game. PGCB approved Wind Creek Resorts as Sands Bethlehem’s new license holder this week.
Almost a year after sports betting in PA became legal, PlaySugarHouse launched PA’s first online betting apps for online testing.
With the first year of regulated operation complete, the PA fantasy sports industry brought $22.5 million in for operators and $3.4 million for the state.
The casinos and PA Gaming Control Board are apparently ready to launch online betting apps, but the hold up comes from the Apple Store denying them entry.
At the five Kambi-powered PA sportsbooks, betting kiosks are responsible for the vast majority of retail sports bets. Why do people love them so much?
A Pittsburgh-area player made the most of the $1 Megaplier feature, turning their $1 million Mega Millions prize into a $5 million one.
After planning to open a sportsbook on June 1, Presque Isle Downs says it is delaying launch plans, citing an upcoming PGCB meeting as the reason.
Pennsylvania experienced a slot revenue decline for the first time since October. That led to total casino revenue falling by 1% year-over-year.
Mohegan Sun Pocono wants to remove an unprecedented number of slot machines as part of a property-wide upgrade in amenities.