This is a developing story and will be updated. Pennsylvania online casinos are finally coming, just not as quickly as anyone had hoped. And online sports betting seems to be just weeks away, according to new information in the state. …
The judge in the New Hampshire Lottery’s suit against did not buy the DOJ’s lottery memo and gave them two weeks to establish a firm policy on the Wire Act.
The DOJ submitted evidence to a New Hampshire court claiming that the recent Wire Act opinion did not pertain to state lotteries, threatening the dismissal of the case.
Pennsylvania casino revenue held steady in February, even though there was an addition of a whole new vertical of sports betting revenue.
The new owners of Sands Bethlehem Casino plan to rebrand the property Wind Creek Casino and Resort and pump $190 million into expanding the location.
Pennsylvania tried to be added as a co-plaintiff in the NH Lottery Wire Act suit, but the court will only let the PA Lottery file an amicus brief.
The PA Lottery wants to join as a plaintiff in the NH Lottery lawsuit trying to stop the DOJ from enforcing its new Wire Act opinion.
Department of Justice is giving states and online gambling operators until June 14 to come into compliance with the new Wire Act Opinion.
In a license renewal hearing with the PA Gaming Control Board (PGCB), Parx CEO Anthony Ricci had harsh words for just about all of PA gambling expansion.
In a recent House Appropriations Committee hearing, PGCB Executive Director Kevin O’Toole said online casinos should start launching in July of this year.