It’s been over a year since MGM’s Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem deal fell apart, but it is getting what it wanted through a new deal with Boyd Gaming.
MGM and Boyd Gaming announced an “unprecedented partnership,” giving both companies access to 15 total online gaming markets – including Pennsylvania.
Get the rundown on what version of the online gambling expansion bill the Pennyslvania Senate passed this week and learn about possible future roadblocks.
Tremendous gains in table games revenue more than offset the continued decline of Pennsylvania’s slot revenue, prompting casinos to slowly shift focus.
With a rumored $1.3 billion sale to MGM being finalized, Sands Bethlehem calls off its planned $90 million casino expansion project in Pennsylvania.
As MGM looks to expand into the PA casino market, its purchase of Sands Bethlehem is expected to take a minimum of six months to complete, possibly longer.
Pennsylvania gamblers that currently play at Sands Bethlehem might be seeing a few changes in the coming months, as MGM looks to be purchasing the property.
With an important joint committee hearing on online gambling coming up in Pennsylvania, Sands and Sheldon Adelson consider leaving the Keystone State.