The acquisition of Pinnacle Entertainment by Penn National will have major ramifications for land-based and online gaming in the US.
Revenues rose, seeds were sown on single market, one state adopted legislation, and others came close, making 2017 a banner year for online gambling.
Pennsylvania is expanding its gambling offerings. Sports betting could become available nationwide. States and operators are starting to plan accordingly.
A look at the top 15 contenders to pass an online gambling in 2018. Contenders include Michigan, Illinois, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York.
The gambling expansion bill has not been law for five days, but it is already making an impact in states beyond just Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania’s new gambling expansion law is already paying dividends. However, questions concerning just how good it will ultimately be remain.
In terms of US online gambling, Pennsylvania appears poised to live up to it’s nickname as The Keystone State with new online casino law.
Thanks to growth across the nation and astrong performance from tribal casinos, 2017 could be a year for the revenue record books when it comes to gambling.
Be it the Pennsylvania legislature or the high-stakes poker world, everywhere you looked this week people were feuding about what else? Money and success.
Pennsylvania continued its long and winding road towards legalizing online gambling this week. Unfortunately, it has been a long, drawn-out process.