There are tons of video poker to choose from, but which game should you pick when PA online casinos launch? We run down your best options.
Both Rush Street Gaming Pennsylvania casinos filed for an online gambling license. Now to figure out what Rivers and SugarHoue are up to.
Penn National owns two casinos in Pennsylvania, but only one, Hollywood Casino, applied for a comprehensive online gambling license.
The Pennsylvania Lottery launched in 1972 with a 50-cent weekly draw game. More traditional lottery draw games were soon added. In 2002, the Pennsylvania Lottery began selling tickets for the popular multi-state jackpot lottery game Powerball. Then, in 2010, The Pennsylvania Lottery launched sales of the other popular multi-state jackpot game Mega Millions. The Pennsylvania Lottery now offers several different in-state exclusive and multi-state draw games. The Pennsylvania Lottery launched a series of online instant […]
A number of high-profile gambling companies already bought their way into the expanding Pennsylvania gambling market. We take a look at what companies might be next.
Here is an idea of what kind of casino games to expect once Pennsylvania online gambling goes live, along with explanations of how to play them.
The casino expansion bill that anxiously awaited review by lawmakers finally received approval on the PA Senate floor. It will be the first item on the House floor Thursday morning. What this means According to US News, this plan would expand gambling in the state to include: Truck stops Online portals Airports Satellite casino sites Pennsylvania, the second-largest commercial casino state in the country, could increase the slot machine and table game numbers around the […]
Pennsylvania’s Senate rejected a revenue packaged passed by the House, sending lawmakers back to the drawing board as time wastes away.
Pennsylvania lawmakers have yet to agree on how to fund the 2017-2018 budget, which means a gambling expansion bill will have to wait until the fall.
While gambling expansion remains in limbo, two Pennsylvania lawmakers duke it out in a local paper with a pair of pro and anti-VGT letters to the editor.