Video gambling terminals (VGTs) are a decisive issue among lawmakers debating Pennsylvania's current bill that would allow for legal online gambling in PA.
More than 30 days have passed since the Pennsylvania Legislature approved the 2017-2018 budget. It has yet to figure out how to fund that budget, however.
In what could be characterized as shocking news, Sands Bethlehem President Mark Juliano resigned. Sands VP Brian Carr took his place at the PA casino helm.
Sands Bethlehem contributed $1 million for an ad campaign attacking proponents of a bill that would allow video gaming terminals in certain PA businesses.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board decided to renew the operating license for the operator of Lady Luck Nemacolin.
Follow It’s almost as if the word “saga” was created specifically for the proposed Lawrence Downs racino. Earlier this month, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board voted to nix the Lawrence County harness-racing/casino project proposed by Endeka Entertainment. According to the Ellwood City Ledger, the highlight of the [...]
Some Pennsylvania lobbyists and lawmakers still want to push for the legalization of video gaming terminals in private clubs and taverns.
The Pennsylvania online poker and gambling saga continues, after the state House of Representatives failed to amend a bill with a large gambling expansion.
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 [...]