Live poker appears alive and well in Pennsylvania after the local industry posted some impressive live PA poker revenue numbers in July.
Video gambling terminals (VGTs) are a decisive issue among lawmakers debating Pennsylvania's current bill that would allow for legal online gambling in PA.
An Altoona, PA man's runner-up finish in the 2017 WSOP Main Event has suddenly vaulted him into the top ten on Pennsylvania poker's all-time money list.
Pennsylvania slot machine revenues continued to decline in the month of July, marking the tenth straight month the numbers were down for casinos 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.
Legislation that would legalize and regulate online poker and PA online gambling has been put on hold for now with Pennsylvania lawmakers at recess.
Pennsylvania casino regulators announced slot revenues had dipped two percent over the past year, just as lawmakers were considering gambling expansion.
North Wales, Pennsylvania's Joe McKeehen, who won the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event, captured the WSOP $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship in June.
Sands Bethlehem contributed $1 million for an ad campaign attacking proponents of a bill that would allow video gaming terminals in certain PA businesses.