Many Pennsylvania casinos are installing electronic table games (ETG) to address the call for more table games without installing more tables.
Both Rush Street Gaming Pennsylvania casinos filed for an online gambling license. Now to figure out what Rivers and SugarHoue are up to.
SugarHouse Casino is facing a $14 million lawsuit from the general contracting firm that handled the casino’s 2016 expansion.
The slot decline continued for an eighth month, but thankfully Pennsylvania once again had table games revenue swoop in and save the day.
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh has decided to undertake a $50 million expansion project which will add a hotel. The hotel is expected to open in 2018.
The 12 Pennsylvania casinos produced a record-high $3.2 billion in gaming revenue in 2016, pushing the state’s all-time gaming revenue past $25 billion.
Check out our comprehensive guide to each Pennsylvania casino’s probability of joining online poker if and when PA state legislature pass on iGaming bill.