New Jersey has eight sportsbooks generating revenue along with a mobile betting app. Meanwhile, Pennsylvania’s still searching for sports betting applicants.
The Stars Group and Mount Airy Casino in Pennsylvania are partnering up to bring the PokerStars and BetStars brand to a second US state.
Sports betting odds won’t look the same in every state that decides to regulate. In states with really high taxes like Pennsylvania, they may be terrible.
Pennsylvania celebrates nine online gambling license applications. The message to other states is high taxes and fees are no deterrent–don’t listen!
After speculation the taxes and fees for iGaming were too steep, PA had nine casinos apply for the $10 million comprehensive interactive gaming license.
The state’s adherence to an oppressive online gambling tax rate could be the reason why casinos have been reluctant to jump online in Pennsylvania thus far.
Churchill Downs is withdrawing from a deal to buy Lady Luck Casino in Mississippi, but it will take operational control of Lady Luck Casino in Pennsylvania.
A $1 million Powerball winner has just days before the ticket expires. On June 23, 2018, the winning ticket won’t be worth the paper it is printed on.
Are Pennsylvania casinos finally willing to admit the casino market in the Northeast has become saturated? The latest mini-casino auctions suggest perhaps that is the case.
Eight casino properties have been sold in Pennsylvania and New Jersey over the course of the last year. Interestingly, both states have legalized online gaming and sports betting.