If you’re out on the town in Pittsburgh this weekend, don’t be surprised to see the Pennsylvania Lottery promoting its new online product.
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.
Pennsylvania has temp regulations in place for sports betting, but so far no casino is interested in the $10 million license to take bets.
David Harbach of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board talks about the complicated new Sports Betting Certificate petition process.
Delaware became the first state outside of Nevada to launch legal single-game sports wagering on Tuesday, with Delaware Gov. John Carney making the first bet on the Philadelphia Phillies to beat the Chicago Cubs.
The Pennsylvania Lottery soft-launched its online lottery website this week, offering the first-ever legal and regulated online gambling products available in the state.
Pennsylvania Rep. Frank Farry is urging state lawmakers to get on the stick when it comes to adopting sports betting in PA and accepting wagers.
Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey are trying to rush sports betting to market. Which state will go live first and take advantage of the massive Philadelphia sports market.
Keno is being hailed a hit in Pennsylvania, with over $2 million in sales in the first 17 days since the game officially launched. Additionally, the PA Lotto has awarded $1.3 million in prizes.
Rush Street Gaming, which owns two Pennsylvania casinos, is partnering with gambling software company Kambi to prepare to offer sports betting now that it is legal in the Keystone State.