The not-so-mysterious partner of Mohegan Sun Pocono has emerged. In a Monday press release, Kindred Group announced it formed a “strategic partnership” with the Wilkes-Barre casino. Formerly known as Unibet Group, Kindred enters into a five-year agreement with Mohegan with the possibility to extend two additional five-year terms. Certainly, …
Mohegan Sun Pocono rescinded its online poker license in PA, but its online casino plans do hint they’ve added Kindred as an online gambling partner.
Mohegan Sun Pocono sold the winning Powerball ticket on Oct. 3. The ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball for a $150,000 payday.
A former Mohegan Sun executive currently serving time for a fraud crime at the property is now being arraigned on charges related to a second scam at the casino.
The American Gaming Association has no official stance on online gambling, but with several new Board members having ties to PA online casinos, it sure seems like a change is coming.
2017 slot machine revenues in Pennsylvania have been stagnant across the state’s licensed casinos. This will change in 2018 with the new gambling expansion laws.
Mohegan Sun Pocono was fined $1 million by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board last week, partly due to its role in a $420,000 loyalty club scam.
Online poker giant PokerStars expressed interest in being one of the first operators in the newly available Pennsylvania online casino market.
November’s promotions include birthday celebrations for Parx and Mohegan Sun as well as gifts for generous folks this Thanksgiving season.