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.
Four Pennsylvania casinos have been sold in the span of four months, and it looks like online gaming is partly responsible for spurring on the new interest in the market.
PlayPennsylvania talked with Leechburg native Matt Berkey about Dead Money, the state of poker, and his thoughts on the impending re-launch of online poker in Pennsylvania.
The process for launching online casinos and poker site in Pennsylvania is actually underway. Applications are now available for online manufacturers and suppliers.
A new report from a think tank in Pittsburgh is concerned the gambling expansion in Pennsylvania might risk the stability of the state’s casino industry.
Online lottery could be available in Pennsylvania in the spring. New gambling laws authorize online sales and allow the lottery to offer a wider game selection which should boost revenues.
Starting Jan. 10, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board will start auctioning off licenses for the ten new satellite casino properties.
In a new interview, a representative from Penn National discloses the company’s frustrations with PA’s new laws regarding gambling expansion.
Online poker giant PokerStars expressed interest in being one of the first operators in the newly available Pennsylvania online casino market.