There was a lot of good — and bad — that came out of this week’s Pennsylvania online gambling joint hearing involving the House and Senate.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is highlighting problem gambling in March, part of a larger national effort.
Overall gaming revenue in Pennsylvania was down for the fourth straight month, the continuation of a concerning trend for PA casinos.
One Pennsylvania casino served 27 alcoholic beverages to a gambler over the course of nine hours, resulting in a large fine from state regulators.
The bad numbers for Pennsylvania slot machine revenue are officially a trend, as a number of casinos in the state posted poor performances in January.
With the state’s budget deficit ballooning to $250 million, it’s imperative that Pennsylvania lawmakers pass a bill legalizing PA online gambling and DFS.
Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh is hoping to break ground on a connected hotel that would open some time next year.
Pennsylvania’s casinos bested last year’s record setting revenue tally, but a downtrend during the Q4 has some analysts feeling uneasy.
A key Pennsylvania lawmaker is optimistic on online gambling coming to the Keystone State in the next few months.
Sands Bethlehem’s owner claims he can stop underage gambling at land-based casinos and not at online gambling sites.