Rivers Casino Pittsburgh is working to launch both a new BetRivers online sportsbook as well as a new The Lading Hotel attached to the property.
Pennsylvania sports betting and online gambling are two big topics of conversation lately. We sat down with the PGCB Exeuctive Director to get some answers.
Retail sports betting is already having an impact on PA casino bottom lines, but it will reach even further once online betting matures.
Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen recently instructed DOJ staffers to delay prosecution related to the new Wire Act interpretation until at least 2020.
Rush Street Gaming presented its plans to change SugarHouse Casino’s name to Rivers Philadelphia to PA Gaming Control Board this week.
Between high taxes and licensing fees, struggles with the Apple app store, and an uncompetitive market, it will be tough for PA online gambling to thrive.
With online gambling about to really roll out in Pennsylvania, it is time to ask why we think the PA online gambling market will fly or fail.
Another day, another hurdle for online casinos. This time, the problem comes from a policy change on the Apple Store that profoundly affects gambling sites.
After eight months with no action on their lawsuit, PA casinos took the next step of seeking an injunction to shut down PA online lottery games.
The New Hampshire District Court vacated the 2018 DOJ opinion on the Wire Act and affirmed the 1961 exclusively applies to sports betting.