A comparison of the four poker rooms in Eastern PA (not in Philly): Mohegan Sun Pocono, Sands Bethlehem, Mount Airy and Hollywood Casino at Penn National.
With the purchase of Bally’s Tunica and Resorts Tunica, Penn National will soon be running five Mississippi casinos, including three in Tunica.
Pennsylvania slot machine revenue ticked downward again in March, the sixth consecutive month that has happened on a year-over-year basis for the state’s 12 casinos.
A comparison of the games, tournaments and amenities at the three Philadelphia area poker rooms in Pennsylvania: Parx, SugarHouse and Harrah’s.
The fact that MGM Resorts International has a deal in place to buy Sands Bethlehem is not a secret. When it will be complete? That’s difficult to answer.
Adams County businessman David LeVan hopes luck will be on his side this time when trying to put a casino near Gettysburg.
Valley Forge Casino Resort CEO Eric Pearson recently announced he’s adding 60 new slots to the casino floor, some of the skill-based variety.
The Pennsylvania Lottery just turned 45 years old, with sales around the state eclipsing $4 billion in the last fiscal year.
If the proposed sale of Sands Bethlehem Casino to MGM goes through, it would remove one of the only roadblocks opposing online gambling legalization.