Sportsbooks at Parx, SugarHouse, and Rivers, and Mohegan Sun’s online gambling operation moved another step closer to opening this week, thanks to the PGCB.
When it comes to PA casino revenue, no news is good news, with September 2018 numbers holding steady at the 12 Pennsylvania gaming properties.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board granted another group of online gambling licenses and the state’s first sports betting licenses at its Oct. 3 meeting.
After nine months of searching and debating, Penn National found a mini-casino location. It announced plans for the $120 million Hollywood Casino York.
Greenwood Gaming has applied for a $10 million sports betting license with plans to open sportsbooks at Parx Casino and the South Philadelphia Turf Club.
Parx Casino announced it will use software partner GAN to launch sports betting in Pennsylvania. They are the first PA casino to commit to accepting wagers.
After a year of declines, Pennsylvnaia slot revenue for the fiscal year managed to stay flat, but that is about all it managed to do.
The pro sports leagues and Pennsylvania’s biggest colleges authored letters to the PA Gaming Control Board about changing the sports betting regulations.
May was a decent month for PA casinos with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reporting slight increases in combined table game and slots revenues.
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.