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PokerStars Gets Approved for Online Poker in Pennsylvania

Over seven years ago, the Stars Group and its poker-facing online operation, PokerStars, was forced to exit the United States market in the wake of the April 2011 “Black Friday” crackdown that targeted a number of off-shore and local US-facing sites. Since then, PokerStars ha campaigned very hard to re-enter the American gaming market and […]

PointsBet Will Not Be Venturing into Pa. Sports Betting

Sports betting in the United States is still in its early stages – this is true for all states except for Nevada where sports betting has been present for way longer. The legal sports betting industry is just about five months old even in New Jersey where the business has been able to quickly pick […]

MGM and Golden Nugget Apply for Pa. Online Gambling Licenses

Pennsylvania’s online gambling industry is on the verge of an official launch date despite the fact that the state’s licensed casino operators left 11 interactive gaming licenses unclaimed. Fortunately, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board had a backup plan – this involved auctioning all the remaining licenses to off-state qualified gaming entities for a whopping $4 […]

Two More Casinos Approved for Pa. Online Gambling

It has been a little over a year since the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board signed into law a bill that sort to expand gambling in all parts of the state. However, most of the highly anticipated operations including sports betting and online gambling are yet to go live, but that will soon change. During its […]

Harrah’s Philadelphia Applies for Pa. Sports Betting License

On September 24, Harrah’s Philadelphia officially became the third casino to apply for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s sports betting licenses. The casino joins Parx Casino and Penn National’s Hollywood Casino in the list of casinos that are looking to get a share of the state’s sports betting market. The remaining casinos are still reluctant […]

Two More Pennsylvanian Casinos Approved for iGaming Licenses

SugarHouse and Penn National Gaming were on Wednesday granted licenses to offer interactive gaming in Pennsylvania, which brings the total number of casinos that have been approved for online gaming by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) to five. The other three casinos that have previously been approved are Parx, Mount Airy and Harrah’s. First […]