The first year of online lottery operations in Pennsylvania resulted in more than 8 percent of the state’s total lottery sales coming via interactive instant games, a higher percentage of online...
Pennsylvania regulators are confident the U.S. Department of Justice’s recent opinion on the scope of the federal Wire Act will not cause companies licensed for online casino gaming to pull back...
Pennsylvania regulators will require all internet gambling servers to be located within the state to create a “fully intrastate gaming environment” in compliance with the U.S. Department of Justice...
The U.S. Department of Justice’s new opinion on the scope of the federal Wire Act could disrupt the planned launch of online casino gaming in Pennsylvania, with regulators now poised to revisit...
The sports-betting landscape in Pennsylvania is continuing to expand following the awarding of three licenses on Wednesday to casinos located in or near the state’s two largest cities.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved the state’s first sports-betting applications on Wednesday, and officials with one of the casinos receiving a license say the first wagers could be...
888 Holdings will be selective about expanding in the United States on a state-by-state basis, partly because some potential partners are “very greedy”, its chief executive has said.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board will award its seven remaining internet gaming licenses by a random drawing of qualified out-of-state gambling operators, according to a resolution adopted by...
The high tax rate on sports betting approved last year by Pennsylvania legislators will make it difficult for operators in the state, but Boyd Gaming CEO Keith Smith believes wagering on sports...
888 Holdings is applying for online gambling licenses in Pennsylvania despite its high-tax, high-fee status with a European-style strategy of seeking to cross-sell players from sports betting to...
A coalition of seven casinos filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue over the state lottery’s new iLottery games that casinos claim mimic slot machines.
Pennsylvania completed its initial rulemaking process for sports betting on Wednesday but licenses are not expected to be granted until at least a month after the new NFL season begins.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Wednesday approved internet gambling applications for the first time, with the seven-member board granting online slots, table game and poker certificates...
Penn National Gaming expects to launch online gaming in Pennsylvania early next year despite the high cost of entry and an online slot tax that is equal to what companies pay on slot machines at...
Nine casino owners in Pennsylvania, including the owner of Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, have applied for internet gaming licenses, despite the high cost of entry and a tax rate on online slot...
At least a few Pennsylvania casinos are expected to apply for internet gaming licenses before an initial licensing window closes next Monday, despite a contorted regulatory landscape and stiff...
Pennsylvania casinos will only be able to deploy one online sports-betting site each and their "skins" must reflect their land-based brands, according to new regulations adopted on Wednesday.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board will begin proposing regulations next week for the rollout of land-based and online sports betting via the state’s casinos, according to a board spokesman.
Mergers and acquisitions, video gaming terminals (VGTs) and online gaming are likely to remain in focus for casino operators looking for ways to grow their businesses in a mature U.S. market,...
Pennsylvania is not the state that tribal casinos should look to as they explore ways to increase their presence in the internet gambling market, according to a Mohegan Sun executive who spoke at...

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