Churchill Downs is about to make a big splash in the legal and regulated online gambling and sports betting markets in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Now that the Supreme Court decision reversed the federal ban on sports betting, the next step for Pennsylvania is to establish a framework for the regulated sports betting market.
The first daily fantasy sports contests with state government oversight went off in Pennsylvania last weekend on popular sites including Fanduel and DraftKings.
Keno is just the first step in the largest expansion in Pennsylvania Lottery history. The game is now available in over 500 restaurants and bars in the Keystone State.
After awarding just a single mini-casino license, interest in the subsequent round of satellite casinos dried up. Is it time to stop trying to make mini-casinos happen?
The odds are in the favor of both the Philadelphia 76ers and the chances Pennsylvania will be able to offer legal sports wagering in 2018.
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 regulatory and licensing process for online gambling in Pennsylvania begins April 2, but potential operators are still waiting for word regarding when they can apply for a license.
This past week the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board posted VGT applications for truck stops who want the machines. The applications will be accepted starting May 7.