The Pennsylvania online lottery is officially a go, launching with 11 instant win games. Learn more about the iLottery, including details on registering, cashiering and responsible gaming.
Just based on Pennsylvania's size and professional sports franchises, sports books will enjoy advantages other states won't have. But it's up to lawmakers to do everything in their power not to muck it all up.
The merging of online poker player pools in NJ, NV, and DE has been a massive success for WSOP.com and 888 Poker. However, it won't be until Pennsylvania enters the mix that things really get serious.
Land-based casinos in Pennsylvania can now officially submit their online gambling license applications, but will they do so immediately or hold out?
Proponents of online gambling can rest easy knowing that the PA Gaming Control Board made a wise ruling on skins, despite the inclusion of some odd and potentially restrictive caveats.
In what probably amounts to a wave of relief for most prospective iGaming interests in Pennsylvania, the PA Gaming Control Board has released temp regulations indicating that multiple skins will be permitted in the market.
Some top-flight operators could be shut out from the Pennsylvania online gambling market, should regulators decide to limit operators to one self-branded skin.
Sands Casino is the winner of Pennsylvania's fourth satellite casino auction. The casino paid far less ($9.885 million) than any other casino thus far for the right to construct a mini-casino in Mercer County.
An oppressive tax rate on Pennsylvania-based sports betting will be crushing to the industry, creating an environment that is nearly unsustainable for books.