The Pennsylvania House of Representatives recently took action on a bill that includes daily fantasy sports, online gambling and expanded slot machines.
If it were up to Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli, online gambling would never see the light of day in Pennsylvania.
The Poker Players Alliance is making its best case for legal online gambling and poker in Pennsylvania, with an op-ed at one of the most-read PA news sites.
PA lawmakers John Payne and Nick Kotick have announced that they will not be seeking reelection. How might that impact online gambling legislation?
Pennsylvania casinos had an overall successful month, with many of them increasing their revenue. Another high point was Philadelphia will get a 5th casino.
Although Pennsylvania is among the leading competitors in the gambling market in the US, the AGA states the state can make improvements to their system.
Sands Bethlehem has a series of planned improvements in place for the near future, all of which should be beneficial to the casino and its visitors.
Parx Casino, along with being at the forefront of PA’s possible online gaming market, is improving by offering players this low risk high reward tournament.
Online poker may be coming to Pennsylvania by the end of the year… But before you get too excited I should probably tell you it will only be a play money online casino site run by Parx Casino that may or may not have online poker. The move seems to be predicated on the Parx Casino having decided to get out in front of any potential online gambling bill that may pass through the state legislature […]
Both advocates and opponents of online gambling expansion have been employing what I’ll call the kitchen sink approach when they try to make their case. Both sides are more than happy to riff on the many advantages or ills of the industry and segue from one argument to another faster than a comedian doing their set at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner. Sometimes this is done because they have a very strong case and have […]