There is a lot more to sports in the 21st century than simply watching it for the pure enjoyment. Just watching the game or learning about the players involved will never be enough for a lot of fans - they want to watch and have some personal interest in a game they wouldn’t otherwise care about.
Sports bettors in Pennsylvania have a range of quality betting action to choose from in August as major professional U.S. sports leagues finally return to action after enforced breaks due to the global pandemic.
Ahead of the opening pitch of Major League Baseball (MLB) for 2020, news filtered through that the Fox Bet PA will be integrated into the new version of the Fox Sports App, which has already found its way into both iOS and Android app stores for download.
Online sports wagering in June 2020 continued to shake off the cobwebs and dominate a Pennsylvania gaming industry still trying to overcome the effects of the enforced global pandemic shutdowns to both the bricks-and-mortar casino industry and the related closures of major U.S. professional sports.
BetMGM online casino and sportsbook has moved ever closer to a start date in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania following the settlement of a recent legal question with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has published a new report that is urging state casino regulators such as the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) to adopt changes that would eventually see land-based casinos becoming cashless, just like their online casinos cousins.
Leading PA sportsbook operator, FanDuel has launched their standalone online casino app in Pennsylvania as it seeks to attract customers that are either stuck at home or unwilling to risk heading back to the state’s land-based casinos on the back of the global pandemic health crisis.
Pennsylvania is set to welcome its 10th legal and licensed online sportsbook. The Keystone State’s Wind Creek Bethlehem Casino, has partnered with U.K. sports betting giant, Betfred, and is preparing to enter the online sports betting market later this year in Pennsylvania.