Rush Street Gaming presented its plans to change SugarHouse Casino’s name to Rivers Philadelphia to PA Gaming Control Board this week.
Almost a year after sports betting in PA became legal, PlaySugarHouse launched PA’s first online betting apps for online testing.
April did not exactly shower Pennsylvania sports betting with revenue. It did produce the second-biggest month in the industry’s short history though. In March, the NCAA basketball tournament helped propel total bets to $44 million. Last month, the March Madness …
Pittsburgh’s River’s Casino has a monopoly on sports betting, but with WV ramping up, can the sportsbook sustain its success?
Even with the Super Bowl to draw bettors in, Pennsylvania sportsbooks only generated $31 million in bets and just $1.95 million in revenue in February.
Be it basketball, Jimi Hendrix tributes, or a chance to win a literal bar of gold, there are plenty of reasons to come to a PA casino this month.
Once the Super Bowl ends, sports betting legend Jimmy Vaccaro is headed back to his hometown of Pittsburgh to run Rivers Sportsbook.
Sportsbook operators at Rivers and SugarHouse casinos discuss what the expectations are for Pennsylvania’s first Super Bowl weekend.
The Wire Act may be dominating conversations this week, but the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has given us something else to focus on. The PGCB released the first full month of Pennsylvania sports betting revenue figures. Included in the …
The winter weather may be cold, but the promotions are red hot in January at every Pennsylvania casino. Giveaways include free play, cash, and cars.