PA lottery scratch-off winners claimed more than $172 million in prizes throughout July, marking the third month in a row with over $165 million won.
The second mini-casino to actually have construction plans is Mount Airy Pittsburgh. The resort-style satellite property will call Big Beaver, PA home.
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 lengthy search, Stadium Casino found a site for its satellite casino at Westmoreland Mall. It’s the first casino to announce a satellite location.
Philadelphia Phillies great Ryan Howard is investing in broadcasting legend Brent Musburger’s latest foray into sports gambling media.
After protecting its turf on multiple fronts, Penn National is dropping its lawsuit challenging the legality of mini-casinos, opting instead to focus on its two mini-casinos.
Two months into regulated fantasy sports in Pennsylvania, it’s a two-horse race, with DraftKings and FanDuel generating over $1 million in monthly revenues.
After nearly three months of no action a glut of applications came in from PA casinos to offer online casinos and online poker in the Keystone State.
Parx, Stadium Casino, and Mount Airy all applied for the comprehensive online gaming licenses, but did any other casinos sneak in before the deadline?
Caesars is selling its Harrah’s Philadelphia in a sale and lease-back deal with bankruptcy spin-off real estate investment trust VICI Properties Inc.