Two of Pennsylvania’s top casino operators, Penn National and Parx, are preparing to launch sportsbooks in neighboring New Jersey via Freehold Racetrack.
Hollywood Casino still plans to open Pennsylvania’s first sportsbook, but a paperwork delay is pushing launch to the very end of November.
If Hollywood Sportsbook launches this month, Penn National will be first to market for a second time, after doing so in West Virginia.
With William Hill approved by PA Gaming Control as an operator, Hollywood Casino at Penn National thinks its sportsbook can launch in just a couple of weeks.
Penn National has signed deals with NetEnt and IGT. IGT will do the online gaming platform and content for Hollywood Casino. Netent will add extra games
PA Gaming Control Board conditionally approved the sports betting applications of both Parx and Penn National, setting up a possible November launch.
Penn National offered details on Hollywood Casino’s sports betting plans at its PA license renewal hearing, which only “may” include a betting app.
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After approving the interactive applications of SugarHouse and Hollywood, PA Gaming Control finalized the process to bring outside gaming companies into PA.