Boyd Gaming's purchase of Valley Forge is complete, but will execs pay the $10 million licensing fee to offer sports betting through FanDuel?
Only two casinos have thus far paid the $10 million sports betting licensing fee. Here's a run-down of which operators we think will be next.
Two more casinos get approval for online gambling by the PGCB, while Penn National reveals new partnership with IGT.
Resort casino Valley Forge's $1 million bet on open casino access is paying off in a big way, returning an eight-figure year-on-year gain.
Last month, PA’s 12 casinos combined for a total of $201,729,431 in slot gaming revenue, a solid 4.42% year-over-year increase.
PA has banked over a quarter-billion dollars in fees from casinos looking to cash in on expanded gambling in the state.
Parx has officially filed applications to offer sports betting at not only its Bensalem property, but also at its off-track betting facility.
Down just over 5% in July compared with last year, PA table game revenue took a short break from its hot streak.
The PGCB announced today that Penn National, operator of Hollywood Casino, has submitted the first application to offer sports betting in the state.
A third wave of temp. sports betting regulations has been approved by the PGCB. They answer which sports and bet types will be allowed.