The Harrisburg suburb of Carlisle is making it clear it doesn’t want a mini-casino despite the persistence of Parx Casino’s effort to put one there.
David Harbach of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board talks about the complicated new Sports Betting Certificate petition process.
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.
The first daily fantasy sports contests with state government oversight went off in Pennsylvania last weekend on popular sites including Fanduel and DraftKings.
Their attempts to launch a casino failed, but the Mashantucket Pequot tribe is having more success getting their $50 million license fee back.
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.
March was a huge month for Pennsylvania casinos with combined revenue across the state’s 12 gaming properties exceeded $300 million for the first time ever.
Robert Pellegrino is still in prison for his nearly $500,000 player loyalty scam, but the former Mohegan Sun executive is in hot water for another con job at the Pennsylvania casino.
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.