In a move that is drawing both praise and criticism, the Pennsylvania Lottery is testing debit card purchases in Pittsburgh and Harrisburg.
July was a normal month for Pennsylvania casinos. Slots revenue was down, table games were up. The outlier is Mount Airy, who had a massive month.
SugarHouse Casino is facing a $14 million lawsuit from the general contracting firm that handled the casino’s 2016 expansion.
While gambling expansion remains in limbo, two Pennsylvania lawmakers duke it out in a local paper with a pair of pro and anti-VGT letters to the editor.
Pennsylvania lawmakers desperately need to balance the budget. The Senate plan includes online gambling, now the House needs to sign off on it.
For the second time ever, Pennsylvania casinos saw revenues decline year over fiscal year. Is it time to pass online casinos before the downturn worsens?
Mount Airy’s social casino is live and accepting customers. The free-to-play online casinos is offering several prize drawings.
The gambling expansion bill is through the Pennsylvania House and Senate, but the debate between the legislature over VGTs could bring down the entire bill.
The slot decline continued for an eighth month, but thankfully Pennsylvania once again had table games revenue swoop in and save the day.
After a problematic gambling bill advanced in the Pennsylvania Senate, the House passed a much different version of the bill. Can they meet in the middle?