Two more casinos are looking to launch sportsbooks in Pennsylvania and have submitted the requisite applications with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Senator Scott Martin introduced the Senate Bill (SB) 87, which seeks to give local communities more control over the truck stop gambling.
Pennsylvania introduced legalized sports gambling late last year and the move appears to be paying off, at least for one casino in the state.
Pennsylvnia's licensed casino sportsbooks take a drubbing in February, as both handle and revenue decline despite more wagering options.
Penn National Gaming have been given the green light to launch a satellite casino in the Pennsylvania town of Morgantown.
NetEnt has been granted an Interactive Gaming Manufacturer Conditional License by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).
Sports gambling in Pennsylvania continues to expand, despite the state once being considered no-man’s land because of extremely high license fees.
Casino and racetrack operator Churchill Downs has now successfully acquired a casino property in Illinois and has also completed the acquisition of another property in Pennsylvania.
The US Department of Justice confirms that it's extending the deadline for enforcing its new Wire Act opinion by another 60 days until mid-June.
Attorneys-general of New Jersey and Pennsylvania file request for documents relating to Department of Justice's new opinion on the scope of the Wire Act.