The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board released new information about how online casino operators and casino skins work regarding player accounts.
With the interactive gaming petition process open, the wheels are in motion for Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to start approving online casino license holders.
Pennsylvania only just started accepting online gambling license applications, but the pressure is already on for the Keystone State to join online poker’s shared player pool.
Thanks to its partnerships with East Coast casinos like Parx Casino in Pennsylvania, online casino software company GAN is already reaping financial benefit.
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.
With a new June 4 date to submit applications, online casino software providers are growing increasingly impatient for Pennsylvania regulators to make a decision about skins.
The regulations for Pennsylvania online casinos are far from finalized, but the temporary rules indicate servers do not have to be inside the state, opening the door for partnerships in states like New Jersey.
Two key Pennsylvania lawmakers are speaking out against a proposal that would limit the number of online gaming websites an operator would be allowed to launch.
There is an official start date for the online gambling process in Pennsylvania. Applications for interactive gaming licenses will be available April 16.
By mid-April, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) should start accepting applications from PA casinos wanting to take their operations online.