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The Pennsylvania horse racing industry continues to struggle to compete with other gambling in the state, but perhaps a new marketing campaign will help.
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The sports betting license application process is open, but so far no casinos are biting. Why? Well, the $10 million fee and the 36 percent tax rate are the likely culprits.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is trying its best to move quickly on sports betting. The application process for sports betting licenses is open, but it still seems like 2019 before wagers get placed.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved temporary regulations for sports betting on Wednesday. The next step is to open up the sports betting application project.
It is good news that sports betting is coming to Pennsylvania, but realistically, the incredibly high tax rate could be a huge damper on the industry.
Pennsylvania is one of the states with betting law on the books, but Sen. Orrin Hatch could supersede it with a proposed federal wagering bill.
Monday’s Supreme Court decision opened the door for legalized sports betting across the nation. Following the news, Churchill Downs has been busy expanding its reach beyond just Pennsylvania.
With sports betting moving forward in Pennsylvania, Rush Street Gaming is moving right along with it, partnering with software provider Kambi. Rush Street owns both SugarHouse and Rivers Casinos in the Keystone State.