Revenue estimates for a legal Pennsylvania online gambling market are based largely on NJ figures, which isn’t the most reliable comparison point for PA.
Pennsylvania, which soon might legalize online gambling and offer Internet poker and casino games, has three types of land-based casino gaming licenses.
Hopes that Pennsylvania can pass a bill to legalize online poker and casino games are high, with many insiders thinking it’ll be the next to regulate.
With the 2015 World Series of Poker just around the corner, a look at how this year will be better than ever for live / online poker tie-ins and satellites.
In an appearance on Nevada talk show Ralston Live, Steve Wynn said he still has no interest in legal online gambling, despite a past PokerStars partnership.
Penn National has guessed that legal online gambling in Pennsylvania could bring in first year revenue of $250 million, but it will likely be more modest.
This week MGM and AGA head Jim Murren spoke to the press, and his comments on the future of regulated online gambling in the U.S. have garnered attention.