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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 […]

Cordish Given Until 2020 To Complete Delayed Philly Casino

Last Wednesday the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board held a meeting with gaming operators from the state. During the meeting, the gaming control board granted a two-year extension for the developers of the delayed South Philadelphia casino project to complete the project. That said, the casino is expected to launch the casino project by December 2020. […]

Kambi Group Extends Footprint in the US with Pa. Sportsbook

As it waits for the approval of its operating license, the Stockholm-listed Kambi Group is already making tremendous strides towards extending its footprint in the United States. Its most recent venture is a multi-year partnership agreement with Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment which owns and operates Parx Casino in Pennsylvania, a move that did not come […]

Penn National Gaming Eyes Morgantown for Satellite Casino

Renowned online casino operator, Penn National Gaming Inc. has finally chosen a location for its mini casino project. In an application addressed to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the operator revealed plans to build a $111 million, 80,000 square foot mini casino on a 36-acre piece of land that is located near the intersection of […]

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 […]

Penn National Inks New Partnership Deals for Pa. Gambling

Pennsylvania’s online gambling and sports betting plans are beginning to pick up quite well thanks to a ton of new developments including the approval of a number of interactive gaming and sports betting licenses. Now, the various operators are beginning to prepare for the forthcoming gambling market and if things go as planned, the residents […]

Parx Casino Eyes Shippensburg for Satellite Casino Project

Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment, the parent company of Pennsylvania-based Parx Casino, has recently submitted to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) an application to build its next satellite casino in Shippensburg. The casino operator won the mini-casino license at a February auction with a winning bid of a whopping $8.1 million. If it wins the […]

Another Pennsylvanian Casino Project Bites the Dust

Recent reports from a number of sources have revealed that the proposed Philadelphia Live! property could be the most recent of the Keystone State’s many abandoned casino projects. This is perhaps due to a case of cold feet on the part of the investors despite the fact that it has been less than a year […]

Online Poker in New Jersey Languishing Without Pennsylvania

A week ago, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) released a revenue report that detailed the earnings of the state’s online gambling operators. From the looks of it, things have not been improving, at least not in the way that the state as well as the online gambling operators expected, something that has […]