Follow Earlier this month, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board released a report titled, “Fantasy Sports Report”, in which the board examined the feasibility of daily fantasy sports betting. The topic has made headlines recently because of a groundbreaking House committee hearing on daily fantasy sports, headed by outspoken sports-betting [...]
A new study on state revenues from gambling takes a pessimistic long-term view of state revenue from land-based casinos in jurisdictions throughout the U.S.
The Pennsylvania legislature will take up a number of items related to gambling next month, including the unveiling of a report on daily fantasy sports.
Pennsylvania is seriously considering legislation that would move the oversight of small games of chance like raffles to the state gaming commission.
The twelve land-based casinos in Pennsylvania chalked up strong gaming revenue figures in February as the state considers legalizing online gambling sites.
Regulation of daily fantasy sports may be considered in the Pennsylvania legislature alongside online poker and other forms of online gambling this spring.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale released a report that called for changes at the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported that revenue from slot machines was up in January despite the giant winter storm that hit the state.
Pennsylvania casinos had a banner year, as gaming facilities in the state brought in a record $3.2 billion in revenue in 2015.
New Jersey appears set to consider an expansion of brick-and-mortar gambling in the northern part of the state, a move that would create competition for some casinos in Pennsylvania.