Many groups are not take this new DOJ Wire Act opinion lying down. The PA Attorney General, the PA Lottery and others are challenging the change.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal sent a letter to the Department of Justice regarding the new DOJ opinion on the Wire Act. The letter, dated Feb. 5, rebukes the DOJ for its …
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, …
PGCB is aware that SugarHouse Casino accidentally let minors play on its NJ online casino, but will not take any action in Pennsylvania.
Sands Corp CEO sold its PA casino to Wind Creek Entertainment only to turn around and sabotage PA online gambling with its lobbying efforts.
Pennsylvania online casino operators have a month to revisit their business plans and ensure they are in compliance with the DOJ’s new Wire Act opinion.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) says gambling expansion not stopping in the wake of the Departmentof Justice’s new opinion on the Wire Act.
The Department of Justice issued a new opinion on the Wire Act that walks back much of its 2011 opinion, rendering the legality of most iGaming questionable.
PGCB approved MGM and Golden Nugget as qualified gaming entities at its latest meeting. The next step for both is to file online casino applications.