In many ways Pennsylvania’s laws about online casinos having skins are more relaxed than New Jersey, but some rules have outside companies hung up.
As the application process continues, the Pennsylvania online casino industry is beginning to take shape, including nine full-service online gambling sites.
The casino expansion bill that anxiously awaited review by lawmakers finally received approval on the PA Senate floor. It will be the first item on the House floor Thursday morning. What this means According to US News, this plan would expand gambling in the state to include: Truck stops Online portals Airports Satellite casino sites Pennsylvania, the second-largest commercial casino state in the country, could increase the slot machine and table game numbers around the […]
After months of table games picking up the slack, both table games and slot revenue at Pennsylvania casinos improved year-over-year.
After talks on the budget between House Republicans and Gov. Tom Wolf collapse, online gambling expansion in Pennsylvania is in jeopardy.
Video gambling terminals (VGTs) are a contentious issue in Pennsylvania, but bar and restaurant owners are pushing for the new revenue source.
Pennsylvania lawmakers have yet to agree on how to fund the 2017-2018 budget, which means a gambling expansion bill will have to wait until the fall.
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 good? The Pennsylvania online casino bill is through the Senate. The bad? The tax rates. The ugly battle in the House is up next.
Pennsylvania casino customers are already getting excited about the idea of MGM Resorts taking over Sands Bethlehem, but the sale could take six months.