Pennsylvania wants to legalize sports betting ASAP. Let’s imagine it was legal during the Philadelphia Eagle’s Super Bowl appearance.
Be it Valentine’s Day, Groundhog Day, or an anniversary, Pennsylvanai casinos are celeberating with a wide array of promotions offering cash, free play, and prizes.
Applications for truck stops that want video gaming terminals are now up on the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board website and it will start accepting them beginning May 7, 2018.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board released it’s 2017 numbers. Table game revenue was up 4.4%, eclipsing $890 million for the first time in the state’s history.
Competition in Pennsylvania is tough for casinos, but Sands Bethlehem’s biggest threat might be the new Resorts World Catskills Casino in New York.
The winner of Pennsylvania’s second satellite casino auction is Stadium Casino LLC. The Philly Live! builder secured a location just outside of Pittsburgh in Dyer, PA.
Mercer County is lobbying for a satellite casino and Penn National is buying, but the bidding rules mean they cannot strike a deal.
Philly Live! is ready to move forward and work towards breaking ground, but it may not be ready to keep going with its current name.
Internet sports betting company SBTech and online gambling software provider GAN are joining forces and making plans to take Pennsylvania’s first online sports bet.
Penn National may have bid $50.1 million on Pennsylvania’s first satellite casinos, but the company is simultaneously going to court to challenge the satellite casino law.