HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – A second casino owner in Pennsylvania wants to offer sports betting, now that it’s cleared it to begin in the state.READ MORE: 'I'm Not Willing To Go Through This Again:' Woman Diagnosed With Tinnitus After COVID Vaccine
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said Monday that the owner of Parx Casino applied for permits to offer sports betting at the suburban Philadelphia casino and at an off-track betting parlor it owns in Philadelphia.
Earlier this month, the gaming board approved regulations to allow sports betting to start. Penn National Gaming, which owns Hollywood Casino in suburban Harrisburg, applied a couple days later.READ MORE: Kenny Pickett Passes Dan Marino For Most Career Touchdowns
Owners of Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos can pay $10 million to operate sports betting in the state.
The applications are unlikely to get approval before October. Nevada, Delaware, New Jersey and Mississippi already offer sports betting, and it’s expected to start within days in West Virginia.MORE NEWS: Fire Breaks Out At St. Vladimir Ukrainian Church In Arnold
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