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.
Interest In Sports Betting Picks Up As Pennsylvania Casinos Get On BoardA second casino owner in Pennsylvania wants to offer sports betting, now that it's cleared it to begin in the state.
Penn National Applies For First Pa. Sports Betting LicensePenn National Gaming is the first casino operator in Pennsylvania to apply for a license to offer sports betting in the state, now that regulators cleared it to begin.
Pa. Sports Betting Won't Be Up And Running For Start Of NFL SeasonSports betting is teed up in Pennsylvania, but it won't be up and running for the Sept. 6 start of the National Football League season.
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.
Pa.'s Tax On Sport Betting Is Highest In The Nation, Unlikely To Deter CasinosWhen sports betting comes to Pennsylvania, at least for the casinos, this state will have the highest tax rate in the nation.
Pennsylvania Starts Taxing, Regulating Online Fantasy SportsSix online fantasy sports game operators are now offering wagers that are regulated and taxed by Pennsylvania.
Firm Wins Right To Put Mini-Casino In Lawrence CountyThe owners of the Mount Airy Casino Resort in the Pocono Mountains have won the rights to build a mini-casino in Lawrence County.
Firm Wins Right To Build Mini-Casino In Westmoreland CountyStadium Casino has won the right to put up a mini-casino in Westmoreland County.
Pa. Gaming Regulators Announce First Winning Bid To Build Mini-CasinoPenn National Gaming has won the right to put up a casino in southcentral Pennsylvania.
As Communities Opt Out, Process Begins To Award New Pa. Casino LicensesTrying to plug a nearly $2 billion budget hole without raising taxes led the state legislature and the governor to expand gaming in Pennsylvania.