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Scientific Games’ Bally MultiConnect Coming to Pennsylvania

Scientific Games Corporation has recently announced a new partnership deal with Second State Gaming, LLC to install the latter’s Bally MultiConnect (BMC) software at a total of 20 truck stop locations across the Keystone State. This new gaming system is set to go live in the course of 2019 after which the installations will continue […]

GAN Extends Its Partnership with Parx Casino to NJ

Award-winning developer and supplier of enterprise-level B2B Internet gaming software, services and online gaming content, GAN is set to extend its partnership with Greenwood Gaming and Entertainments’ Parx Casino into the regulated New Jersey gambling market. Known for being one of the leading suppliers of online gambling software-as-a-service solutions (SaaS) in the United States, the […]

Proposed Pa. Casino Not Received So Well by Residents

A while back, Penn National Gaming Inc. applied for a license to build a $111 million mini-casino in Morgantown near the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The facility would have the capacity to hold up to 750 slot machines as well as 30 table games – this was outlined at the application stage but the company’s officials still […]

Another Pennsylvanian Casino Approved for Sports Betting

Last Wednesday the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved a petition by Presque Isle Downs & Casino to offer sports betting services in the Keystone State. As always, additional review and testing will be required before the casino’s sports betting sector is launched officially – there will be a two-day public testing period but the actual […]

Pennsylvania’s Gambling Expansion Plans – So Far So Good

2018 has definitely been an eventful year for the state of Pennsylvania especially when it comes to the states rapidly growing industry. Gambling expansion, which was one of the state’s top agendas in 2018, has brought a number of welcome developments including the long-awaited launch of sports betting. Thankfully, these plans are still on track […]