Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
Certainly, the new gambling expansion laws will mean big business for Pennsylvania casinos. Even with an extra billion in revenue, it will still pale in comparison to Nevada though.
Gaming revenues in Pennsylvania continued to slide in February, posting declines for the fifth straight month. Is online gambling the state's only hope?
The latest reports from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board indicate a fourth consecutive month of year-over-year declines in gambling revenue.
Sands Bethlehem was hit with $40,000 in fines for underage gambling, while the state also renewed the license of Mount Airy Casino.
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 [...]
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.
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's Senate held a new hearing about regulating iGaming, as witnesses were generally in favor of a bill, while some legislators had reservations.