The 'Bettor Safe' campaign follows up a survey with publicity trying to advise bettors about legal vs. illegal betting sites.
According to a new survey, more than 75% of Pennsylvanians polled struggle to differentiate between state-authorized and unauthorized sites.
Media outlets sought to have the number of cases at each casino disclosed, but the PGCB said that would violate employee confidentiality.
PA has joined in on the New Hampshire Lottery's fight against the most recent DOJ Wire Act Opinion, seeking to protect the PA Lottery.
At the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie threw barbs at Pennsylvania's sports gaming tax rate.
At a gaming conference, the PGCB's Kevin O'Toole and attorney Marc Dunbar had a spirited debate over PA's hefty 36% tax on sports betting.
Philadelphia became the biggest city in America to feature legal sports betting when SugarHouse invited six regulars to place the first bets.
Looking at the recent past and European markets as comparison points, experts at G2E weigh in on Pennsylvania's sports betting outlook.
If a potential sports betting operator at Garden State Park gets its way, owner GS Park Racing won't have exclusive rights to take wagers.