Sands Bethlehem was fined by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board for issues with card shuffling at table games.
The drama surrounding the future of an omnibus gambling bill that would allow Pennsylvania online casinos — as well as daily fantasy sports and more slots locations — took an interesting turn recently.
February was a great month for most of Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos, with revenue coming in strong for slots and table games. Only 4 had down YoY revenue.
In a move that would be unprecedented in an established casino market, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf put forward the idea of taxing casino promotional play.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has released total slot revenue figures for the 2015 calendar year. The report shows that revenue increased from 2014 by two percent. This marks the fifth consecutive year in which slot revenues exceeded $2.3 billion. The increase in revenue generated $1.27 billion in tax revenues for Pennsylvania. Doug Harbach, representative for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, spoke to KYW News Radio about the revenue increase: “There’s been a very good increase in […]
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.
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