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.
An online gambling and poker bill is finally making progress in the Pennsylvania legislature. What are its odds of passing?
Pennsylvania online gambling looks closer to happening in state budget negotiations than it ever has.
Pennsylvania could add the equivalent of another casino in terms of revenue just by regulating online gambling.
Sheldon Adelson's Las Vegas Sands Corp. has been green lighted by the Pennsylvania to add stadium gambling to the floor of its Sands Bethlehem casino.
The American Gaming Association wrote a letter to the editor in Pennsylvania against illegal gambling, despite not supporting online gambling regulation.
New York is set to consider online poker legislation once again, meaning Pennsylvania's neighbor could beat it into the proverbial online gambling pool.
Pennsylvania politicians have ignored revenue in the budget impasse, leaving hope for internet gambling, while one CEO is pessimistic on regulation in 2015.