Declining revenue from slot machines in Pennsylvania is starting to look like a trend, after state regulators released numbers for November.
A South Philadelphia casino received a gaming license way back in 2014. But that casino still hasn't seen ground broken at the end of 2016.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has been busy handing out fine to a variety of casinos in the state.
Pennsylvania casinos had a bad month for revenue taken in from slot machines, down about three percent year over year in October.
An effort to add a pair of casinos in New Jersey outside of Atlantic City appears to be all but dead, which is good news for Pennsylvania.
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Pittsburgh's Rivers Casino was named the “Best Overall Gaming Resort” in Pennsylvania once again, according to Casino Player magazine.
If and when Pennsylvania regulates online poker and gambling, it could have a major effect on the fate of iPoker in neighboring New Jersey.
Sands Bethlehem was hit with $40,000 in fines for underage gambling, while the state also renewed the license of Mount Airy Casino.
Comments from a state representative have proponents of legal Pennsylvania online poker hoping this week will bring good news.