There are four different types of casinos in Pennsylvania. Each category can have a limited number of slots and table games in addition to other amenities all based on type.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced this week it will begin accepting applications for interactive gaming platforms on June 4.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board met to discuss temporary regulations for online gambling, marking another move toward launching iGaming.
Two Pennsylvania casinos are pushing for a limit on the number of online gambling websites licensees can launch. However, industry insiders say limits on “skins” limit competition.
The group behind a second Philadelphia casino set to open in 2020 has won a $40 million bid to build a satellite casino in the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area.
While it is technically the third-most financially successful casino in Pennsylvania, Rivers Casino Pittsburgh arguably had the best December of anyone.
It appears the PA Lottery will be the first form of online gambling offered in Pennsylvania with officials expecting a Spring launch.
Boyd Gaming has inked an agreement with Valley Forge Convention Center Partners, L.P., to acquire Valley Forge Casino Resort in King of Prussia, PA for $280.5 million.
Penn National Gaming has announced plans to buy competitor Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. in a cash-and-stock deal worth close to $2.8 billion.
The list of municipalities opting out of hosting a satellite casino is up and over 200, but you won’t find Reading, PA on it. They hope to host one.