Pa. Gamblers Bet Record $44.5 Million Amid March MadnessSports betting leaped by almost one-third in Pennsylvania's fourth full month, as more venues opened amid March Madness.
Pa.'s Casinos Hit New Revenue Record In 2018Pennsylvania's commercial casinos reached another record high in revenue in 2018.
Pa. Gaming Control Board Awards Rivers Casino, 2 Others With Sports Betting LicensesPennsylvania is approving sports betting at three more casinos as it gets closer to becoming the sixth state with sports betting.
Jerseys On, Wallets Open As Sports Betting Meets NFL SeasonFootball fans have their jerseys on and their wallets open as pro football season arrives in places where sports betting is newly legal.
Pa. AG: Illegal Video Poker Gambling Operation Was 'All In The Family' Crime CaperFour members of a family from White Oak have been charged by a statewide grand jury with, among other things, criminal conspiracy and the illegal operation of video poker devices.
Rivers Casino, 8 Others Apply For Online Gambling LicenseJust under the wire, the Rivers Casino ponied up $10 million for an online casino gaming license, a new way to play the slots, table games, and poker without going to a casino.
Casinos Argue Pennsylvania's New iLottery Games Violate LawPennsylvania's 13 licensed casinos are telling the Wolf administration Pennsylvania's new iLottery online games violate state law.
Pennsylvania Widens Bidding In New Casino License AuctionPennsylvania is widening the bidding pool for the fifth mini-casino license authorized by lawmakers to scrape up cash for the state's tattered finances.
Supreme Court Hearing Case That Could Open Up Sports Betting NationwideThe Supreme Court is taking up a case that could make wagering on sports widely available nationwide.
Pennsylvania Cities Weigh Value Of Possible New Mini-CasinosPennsylvania's gambling expansion law triggering debate about creating 10 new mini-casinos allowed under the law, or ban them.
Gov. Wolf Approves Online Gambling, More CasinosPennsylvania's Governor Tom Wolf has approved legislation authorizing a major expansion of gambling in what's already the nation's second-largest commercial casino state.