Pennsylvania Online Casino News
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.
Pennsylvania slot machine revenue was down slightly for 2016 after the state gaming commission released full-year numbers.
After the state Supreme Court shot down the legality of “host fees” for Pennsylvania casinos, cities and casinos are collaborating to shore up 2017 budgets.
November revenue was down year-over-year, but barring a cataclysmic event, Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos are going to set a new revenue record for the year.
At least one Pennsylvania state senator is not excited by the House’s eagerness to move forward on a gaming expansion and PA online casinos.
The holidays are upon us and SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia is kicking party season off with a fete of its own this week.