We answer the major questions about what kinds of bets will be available and where you can place them in the PA sports betting market.
In many ways Pennsylvania’s laws about online casinos having skins are more relaxed than New Jersey, but some rules have outside companies hung up.
The PA Lottery has produced countless winners, but these five tickets produced multi-million prizes from Powerball and Mega Millions.
There is still a little waiting to go before Pennsylvania launches sportsbooks. These three NJ sportsbook options are well worth the drive, though.
It is nearly impossible to find an edge against the casinos, but Pennsylania’s Blackjack rules offer a relatively even playing field for customers.
Don’t but the rumors that PA casinos will lose customers when online gambling launches. Studies show online casinos help with that, not hurt it.
The PlaySugarHouse online casino isn’t in PA yet, but a look at its NJ offering gives you some ideas of what to expect from this online gambling product.
DraftKings Sportsbook still doesn’t have a PA casino partner, so we are brainstorming which Pennsylvania player will take bets with the DFS giant.
Sports betting is new in Pennsylvania, but the Keystone State has a strong tradition of horse racing in the state, including the Pennsylvania Derby.
New to the world of sports betting? Here is the lowdown on parlay bets, where you can wager on multiple games for a single big payday.