After planning to open a sportsbook on June 1, Presque Isle Downs says it is delaying launch plans, citing an upcoming PGCB meeting as the reason.
PA casinos are tipping their hats to American servicemen and judging the hats of Derby Day guests as part of a number of May 2019 promotions.
Presque Isle Downs received PGCB approval to move forward with a sportsbook in February, but the Churchill Downs-owned property won’t launch until June 1.
PA Gaming Control conditionally approved Churchill Downs-owned Presque Isle Downs Casino’s sports betting plans. Its sportsbook will operate as BetAmerica.
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Nearly a year after Churchill Downs first announced a deal, the Kentucky horse racing company finalized its purchase of Presque Isle Downs Casino in PA.
Churchill Downs, parent company of Presque Isle Downs Casino, submitted paperwork for a $10 million PA sports betting application last week.
Churchill Downs will apply for PA sports betting once its Presque Isle sale finalizes. In the meantime, it wants a New Jersey sportsbook by year’s end.
PGCB gave Stadium Casino and Presque Isle Downs approval for Pennsylvania online gambling. Presque Isle will launch next spring under the BetAmerica brand.
With two more PA casinos applying for interactive gaming licenses, it is time to ask about what happens to the leftover licenses.