The day is finally here. Penn National is the first casino company to apply for a $10 million sports betting license. It will partner with William Hill.
Sports betting won’t launch until 2019, but Pennsylvania sports fans can wager on the new PA Lottery virtual sports offering, Xpress Sports.
Make it two Pennsylvania casinos that confirmed they will offer sports betting. Mount Airy announced it will work with The Stars Group for online gambling.
With TV sports betting ad buys already on the rise, Pennsylvania casinos should worry about having the advertising budgets to compete with NJ competitiors.
Parx Casino has partnered with GAN to launch live and online sports betting in Pennsylvania. Bets should be available by the end of 2018.
Pennsylvania-based SeventySix Capital announced earlier this week that it invested in sports betting media firm, Vegas Stats and Information Network (VSiN).
Penn National Gaming issued its results for the second quarter of this year. During the earnings call with investors, Penn gave out some indication of its timeline for opening new mini-casinos in York County and Berks/Lancaster County. Penn paid $50.1 million …
The PGCB began accepting applications from operators, manufacturers, and suppliers related to sports betting, beginning on July 11.
Atlantic City is home to two new casinos. With Atlantic City only an hour and ten minutes from Philadelphia, residents of that city have two new options.
An effort to further reform gaming in Pennsylvania failed last week, but the measure is far from dead. Here’s a look at what is in the bill.