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Multiple Pennsylvanian Casinos Go Smoke-Free

Thanks to new directives from the state health authority and regulators in the Keystone State, several land-based gaming venues are now smoke-free. Many of the retail gaming operators have been preparing to launch while ensuring that they adhere to the guidelines provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The Washington-based Meadows Racetrack & Casino is […]

Penn National Gaming Inks Sports Betting Deal with Sportradar

Renowned gambling operator Penn National has recently revealed that it has entered into a lucrative partnership with Sportradar, the world’s leading provider of sports content and data. The partnership will allow Penn National Gaming to gain access to official NFL data which it can then use on its sports betting platforms. In its sportsbooks, Penn […]

A Look at FanDuel’s Standalone Pennsylvania Casino App

Last week, FanDuel unveiled a standalone casino app that will be catering to the very lucrative Pennsylvanian online gambling market. FanDuel Casino App which is available for both iOS and Android users in the state. However, this is not the first that avid gamblers in the state will be hearing of the offering. The online […]

New Proposal Could Lead to Regulation of Slot-Like Machines in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvanian seems to be poised to go through yet another major gambling overhaul. This is thanks to a recent proposal by the state’s Senate which intends to introduce even more sweeping changes to the gaming market. Most notably, the proposal is pushing for the legalization of slot-like gaming terminals which will be situated in a […]

Pennsylvania Records More Online Gaming Growth in May 2020

Things continue to look up for the Keystone State’s online gambling industry and a recent revenue report from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) details all of this. While the growth may have not been able to completely undo all of the damage that was left by the closure of land-based gaming facilities a couple […]

Pa. Poker Players to Miss Out on WSOP Online Bracelet Series

A little over a week ago, the World Series of Poker announced that its 85-tournament online series would be kicking off on July 1. The online series would be going down on the very popular WSOP.com and GGPoker networks which would be accessible from some states in the United States. This was definitely very exciting […]

PokerStars Pa.’s Summer Series to Kick Off on June 18

The Keystone State’s online poker industry has been on a roll of late and this can mostly be attributed to the entry of the PokerStars, one of the world’s leading poker operators. Since its debut in the state, Pennsylvanian poker players have been treated to top-notch gaming services and the company is not backing down […]

Wind Creek and Betfred Approved for Pa. Sports Betting

Despite all the setbacks that it has had to face, the Keystone State’s gaming market continues to grow. Its sports betting sector has been one of the most successful with gamers in the state being able to choose from a wide range of great gaming options. The number of sports betting options is about to […]

Pennsylvania Quietly Pauses War on Skill Gaming Machines

At the beginning of the year, casino operators in the Keystone State launched an aggressive campaign whose main intention was to prevent further operation of the so-called “skill gaming” machines. Available in a number of convenience stores across the state, these machines have remained very controversial particularly because they are unregulated despite the fact that […]

Pa. Gaming Licensees May Now Make Political Donations

A lot is going in the Keystone State as the gambling industry’s retail facilities prepare to open their doors to players. However, there is much more that is going on in the background and they are set to impact more than just the gambling industry. One of these things is a shift in legislation that […]

Events News

Wind Creek Bethlehem Debuts Pennsylvania’s 11th Online Casino

Wind Creek Bethlehem has recently gone live with a new online gambling platform in the Keystone State. This will be the 11th online casino to launch in the state and it will be giving Pennsylvanian gamers even more options when it comes to internet slots and online table games. For the online gaming venture, Wind […]

Pa. Casino Revenue Rebounds in July

During the August 5 public meeting that was held by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), some very interesting developments came to light. As expected, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the meeting was held via a conference phone call. There was a lot that was discussed but the gaming revenue was one of the […]

Close To 2,000 New Live! Casino & Hotel Jobs Coming to Pennsylvania

The Cordish Gaming Group’s Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia is one of the most anticipated operations in the Keystone State. Initially set to launch by the end of 2020, the $700 million casino and hotel development will be going live in early 2021 instead. The postponement of the launch date is a rather obvious result […]

DraftKings Finally Unveils Standalone Casino App in Pennsylvania

For the past couple of months, DraftKings has been offering its services in the Keystone State through an integrated sportsbook and casino app. However, the company has been hard at work trying to separate its online sports betting and online casino offerings. It succeeded at this and last month it was able to launch an […]

Industry News

New Video Gaming Terminals Launched in Pa. Truck Stops

Video gaming terminals (VGTs) are still quite popular in the Keystone State. Not only are they considered to be valuable revenue streams for gaming operators in the state but they are also essentially a fan-favorite of enjoying some entertainment at Pa. truck stops. The most recent development in the state was the launch of a […]

Online Gaming Elevates Pennsylvania Lottery’s Sales

Online gambling has proven to be quite a big deal during the duration of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, something that was a breath of fresh air for the gamblers and several gaming operators. Though unforeseen, the Pennsylvania Lottery has turned out to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the surge in online gambling traffic. […]

PGCB Releases Revenue Figures for June 2020

Last Thursday, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) released the revenue figures posted by the state’s gambling industry in the month of June 2020. As expected, since the state is still reeling from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the overall gambling revenue took quite a hit once again. The closure of all of the […]

More iGaming Offerings Coming To Pennsylvania

The Keystone State’s gambling industry is slowly getting back on track with some of its gambling expansion plans. Over the past few weeks, there has been news about the potential addition of new gaming verticals. This is not too surprising especially considering the fact that Pennsylvania, like other states in the country, is looking for […]

Legislation News

Bill to Abolish Excise Tax on Legal Sports Betting Introduced in US Congress

The United States’ sports betting industry is still taking shape even though it has been a little over three years since PASPA was abolished. While states are now able to decide for themselves whether they would like to launch sports betting industries or not, the federal government still has some ties with the sports betting […]

Pennsylvania Announces Another Mini-Casino License Auction

As plans to reopen retail gambling venues continue to pick up pace in Pennsylvania, the state’s gaming control board also seems to have its sights set on even more expansion. Once again, the state will be trying its luck at increasing the number of mini-casinos. Already, the gaming officials have set September 2 as the […]

Pennsylvania Quietly Pauses War on Skill Gaming Machines

At the beginning of the year, casino operators in the Keystone State launched an aggressive campaign whose main intention was to prevent further operation of the so-called “skill gaming” machines. Available in a number of convenience stores across the state, these machines have remained very controversial particularly because they are unregulated despite the fact that […]

Pa. Senator Proposes Use of Sports Betting Tax for Property Tax Relief

Unfortunately, the relief funds are not enough to offset some of the expenses that the country’s residents have to deal with. Such things as rent, insurance, food, mortgages, medical expenses, and power bills among other things have become very hard to deal with for most people. In the Keystone State, more help may finally be […]