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.
While some casinos have used the new "satellite" casino licenses as an opportunity to expand into new geographical areas, Penn National is shoring up their near-monopoly in Central PA.
After a dismal start to the year, slot machine revenue at Pennsylvania casinos absolutely exploded in March, soaring to $221,350,220, its highest level in years.
The Pennsylvania Dept. of Revenue has released temporary regulations for the online lottery. While the rules of play largely resemble those found in other states, there are a few unique twists that could have a significant impact on the industry.
The new 26 table poker room at Sands Bethlehem is officially open for business. Beyond a number of quality-of-life enhancements the new room will be isolated from the main casino floor.
The American Gaming Association recently admitted three new companies that are focused heavily on online gambling. Will the most powerful casino lobby group in the US finally support online poker and casinos unequivocally?
The PGCB has announced that it will begin accepting license applications for online gambling platform providers effective June 4, but there's still no word on whether the industry will allow "skins".
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approved a set of temporary regulations for online gambling operators last week, which cover everything from equipment security and game fairness, to advertising, tournaments and Live Dealer games.
Revenue at Pennsylvania’s brick-and-mortar casinos snapped back last month from a disappointing January, growing by 1.64% compared with the same time period last year.
Party Poker has been an afterthought in New Jersey the last few years, but are showing signs of life. Will they be a player in PA?