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Mount Airy Mini-Casino Coming to Beaver County Next Year

Mount Airy Casino might just be the next biggest thing to happen to Beaver County. The Monroe County-based operator has purchased over 100 acres of land near Pennsylvania Turnpike and Interstate 376 to build a mini-casino entertainment complex, that is expected to open in late 2019. The entertainment complex will be bringing with it hundreds […]

William Hill’s Sports Betting Deals Takes the US by Storm

Last Friday, British bookmaker, William Hill PLC., in a press release announced that it will be providing sports betting risk management services as well as mobile betting tech to at least 11 casinos in Mississippi including Island View Casino Resort in Gulfport, Hard Rock Casino Hotel & Casino Biloxi, WaterView Casino in Vicksburg, Palace Casino […]

Huge Gains Expected from Share Liquidity in Online Poker

In late 2017, the state of Pennsylvania passed a legislation that paved the way for online gaming. Now, several months later, 9 of the state’s 13 licensed casinos have applied for the licenses to offer interactive gaming products at a discounted cost of $10 million. This licenses will give the licensees the right to offer […]

Parx Casino Inks Sports Betting Deal with GAN

Parx Casino on July 30 announced that it has reached a material contract with award-winning developer and suppliers of enterprise-level B2B internet gaming software, services and online gaming content, GAN. The two are partnering up to offer sports betting at both retail and online levels in Pennsylvania. Parx Casino was one of the nine licensed […]

Microgaming Launches Revitalized Poker Software

Microgaming last week rolled out its news Prima Poker software on its Microgaming Poker Network after having worked for a year to revitalize the product. Prima may have a new face thanks to Microgaming’s tremendous efforts to reintroduce into the market but it is by no means an entirely new name in the online poker […]

Penn National Withdraws Lawsuit Against Pa. Mini-Casinos

Casino operator Penn National Gaming Inc. confirmed this week that it had withdrawn its lawsuit against the Keystone State challenging the legalization and expansion of the so-called “mini-casinos”. Penn National went public with its objection to the new Category 4 casino licenses that authorized the establishment of new mini-casino in the state. According to Penn […]

Parx Casino Staffing Up Ahead of Online Gaming Launch

Parx Casino owner, Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment, was the first licensed operator to apply for Pennsylvania’s interactive gaming license. Since then, the casino has been moving swiftly with its plans to take full advantage of the opportunity that the interactive gaming market in the Keystone State. A great online casino operation requires some talent and […]

Six More Pa. Casinos Apply for Online Gambling Licenses

Last week, 3 of Pennsylvania’s 13 licensed casino operators forwarded their applications for the state’s online gambling licenses. Now, the number has gone up with a six more operators applying for the licenses on Monday evening shortly before the previous phase of the application window ended. Each of the casinos seeking online gambling licenses anted […]

Three Pa. Casinos Forward Applications for iGaming Licenses

The Keystone State has finally received the first applications for its iGaming Licenses reports the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB). This is great news especially considering the fact that the applications were forwarded less than a week to the deadline which happens to be today (July 16). Mt. Airy in the Poconos, Parx in Bethlehem […]

Pa. iLottery Rakes In $21.6 Million in Its First Month

Despite complaints from the Keystone State’s casinos, the state’s iLottery has managed to move past all its obstacles while at the same time earning a whopping $21.6 million in its first month of operation. According to the Times Leader of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania’s iLottery program garnered the said amount between the time it went live on […]