The Stadium Casino project is one four casinos not to apply for sports betting yet, but at a recent PGCB meeting it confirmed a sportsbook is in the works.
A $50 million esports arena from Cordish and Comcast Spectator is the latest addition to the Philadelphia sports hotbed, Stadium Park.
The rumors of Stadium Casino’s demise were overstated, but it’s undergoing pleny of change with Parx buying out of the project, which is ow delayed until 2020
PGCB gave Stadium Casino and Presque Isle Downs approval for Pennsylvania online gambling. Presque Isle will launch next spring under the BetAmerica brand.
Both Mount Airy and Stadium Casino will hear from the public on their respective mini-casino projects. PGCB scheduled those meetings for Dec. 4 and 5.
Multiple gaming insiders suggest the PA Stadium Casino project is toast and looking for a new buyer. We think an ideal buyer for the license would be MGM.
Stadium Casino has confirmed that its satellite casino will be built in the Westmoreland Mall in partnership with CBL Properties.
For a casino that isn’t even built, Stadium seems ahead of the curve when it comes to satellite casino plans, which it could turn in on Friday.
With a final decision on a location due in a month, Stadium Casino and Penn National are both trying to decide on exact sites for their respective mini-casinos.
The people behind the failed Foxwoods Philadelphia project are one legal step closer to getting their $50 million license payment back.