One of the newest companies to enter the Pennsylvania casino market, Presque Isle Downs Casino owner Churchill Downs plans to offer a PA online casino.
Many Pennsylvania casinos are installing electronic table games (ETG) to address the call for more table games without installing more tables.
Both Rush Street Gaming Pennsylvania casinos filed for an online gambling license. Now to figure out what Rivers and SugarHoue are up to.
Penn National owns two casinos in Pennsylvania, but only one, Hollywood Casino, applied for a comprehensive online gambling license.
Pennsylvania casino Parx plans to offer a full-service online casino as well as sports betting. Here’s a look at Parx Online’s plans.
We know Harrah’s Philadelphia applied for a comprehensive online gambling license, now let’s look at what their PA online casino plans could entail.
The Pennsylvania Lottery launched in 1972 with a 50-cent weekly draw game. More traditional lottery draw games were soon added. In 2002, the Pennsylvania Lottery began selling tickets for the popular multi-state jackpot lottery game Powerball. Then, in 2010, The Pennsylvania Lottery launched sales of the other popular multi-state jackpot game Mega Millions. The Pennsylvania Lottery now offers several different in-state exclusive and multi-state draw games. The Pennsylvania Lottery launched a series of online instant […]
As the application process continues, the Pennsylvania online casino industry is beginning to take shape, including nine full-service online gambling sites.
The sports betting regulations in Pennsylvania may be moving slowly, but PA casinos are wasting no time locking down sports betting partners.
With no sports betting in Pennsylvania yet, Philadelphia sports fans have to travel to Delaware or New Jersey to wager. Even when it does launch, out-of-state may offer better options.