The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approved Mohegan Sun Pocono’s application for online slots and online table games licenses in November. At the same time, it allowed the Wilkes-Barre, PA, casino to drop its plans to launch an associated online poker site.
What Mohegan Sun Pocono will offer
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Mohegan Sun Pocono online gambling plan
Mohegan Sun had been relatively quiet about who its online gambling software partner would be in PA. However, Mohegan Sun executives revealed to the PGCB that it would be a well known public company in Europe that has filed for similar online gambling licenses in New Jersey. In January, it confirmed that partner was the Kindred Group.
That suggests a Mohegan Sun Pocono PA online casino could end up looking similar to the Unibet brand offering in Europe.
Signing up for Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino
Players don’t need to jump through too many hoops to sign up for an account with Unibet. Registering at a Mohegan Sun Pocono PA online gambling site should be as simple and easy as that. Signing up for an account will likely take just a few minutes and require a minimum amount of personal information.
Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino bonuses and promos
The US online casino industry standard is in the range of $10-$30 in no-deposit online casino bonus cash and a 100 percent match bonus of up to anywhere from $100-$2,000 on a player’s first deposit. Expect the Mohegan Sun Pocono PA online casino to launch with something similar.
Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino banking
PA online casinos should allow credit and debit card deposits. However, the issuing banks for these cards might have other plans. In NJ, several won’t handle online gambling transactions, so many of the transactions are declined. The same is expected in PA for the time being.
The workaround for PA online casinos is offering a large variety of alternative methods of deposit. Expect the Mohegan Sun Pocono to do this and offer various methods of deposit including:
- ACH/eCheck bank transfers
- Cash at the Mohegan Sun Pocono cage
Players should be able to withdraw money in the same way it was deposited. If that doesn’t work, the check is in the mail.
Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino games
Launching a site that is similar to Unibet in Europe means the Mohegan Sun Pocono PA online casino will have hundreds of casino games, slots, and live dealer games.
Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino slots
The Mohegan Sun Pocono PA online casino will lean on Kindred’s software platform and third-party game content partners to deliver some of the best online slot titles in the business. Among Unibet’s most popular slots are:
- The Goonies
- Divine Fortune
- Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
- Mega Moolah (progressive jackpot)
Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino blackjack
The Mohegan Sun Pocono PA online casino will offer a number of blackjack games, including the classics. Plus, a partnership with Kindred could mean an online live dealer blackjack offering as well.
Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino Roulette
The Mohegan Sun Pocono PA online casino will have more than just the Roulette basics covered. Expect European, American and French roulette, plus online live dealer roulette as well.
Other casino games at Mohegan Sun Pocono online casino
From Money Wheels to alternative casino games, expect Mohegan Sun Pocono to have something for everyone that loves table games.
Mohegan Sun Pocono online poker
Parent company Mohegan Sun is partners with PokerStars in NJ. However, PokerStars has gone with Mount Airy in PA. Perhaps, as a result, Mohegan Sun Pocono pulled its plans to launch a PA online poker site as the PGCB approved its plans to launch an online casino in November.
About Mohegan Sun Pocono
The Pocono Downs horse racing facility opened in Northeast Pennsylvania in July 1965. It featured a 5/8-mile red clay surface on the track with a grandstand that could fit as many as 12,000. It cost $7 million to build it.
The track fell on hard times in the 1980s and entrepreneur Joseph B. Banks purchased it for $2.5 million. He made improvements to track, grandstand, and lighting system, returning Pocono Downs to its former glory until his death in 1996 at the age of 64.
Soon after, Penn National Gaming bought the track for $47 million. Connecticut’s Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority got itself a PA gaming license and purchased Pocono Downs and a number of associated off-track wagering facilities for $280 million in 2005.
In 2006, the newly named Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs opened the state’s first slot parlor at the track and began making major improvements to the horse racing operation. Table games were added in 2010.
Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs now features more than 80 table games and 2,300 slots.
Mohegan Sun Pocono was not one of the first PA casino licensees to apply for an online table game, slots, and poker license with the state. However, it eventually applied for a license for all three in August 2018.
In November, the PGCB approved Mohegan Sun Pocono’s application for a license to operate online slots and online casino table games. At the same time, the Board allowed Mohegan Sun to drop the online poker side of its application and gave the operation a $4 million rebate.
Mohegan Sun Pocono Online Casino
The Kindred Group is a major player in Europe under the Unibet brand, so expect some quality software and game selection even though Mohegan Sun Pocono is one of the smaller PA casinos.