Diehard online sports bettors in Pennsylvania may never again have any issues with funding their accounts following the launch of ‘Game On’, a new payment card specifically designed by sports bettors to make funding multiple brand sports wagering accounts a breeze.
BetMGM has officially launched in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania, with the company’s online casino the first product for the state’s bettors to enjoy. With the BetMGM PA online sportsbook license approved and ready for launch before the end of the year, the company will soon have its full suite of online gaming products available for Pennsylvanians to enjoy.
Two games ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the favorite sports franchise in Pennsylvania, were sitting pretty at 11-0, contemplating the possibilities of one of the rarest things in professional sports, a perfect NFL regular reason. However, with back-to-back losses to Washington and the Bills, the Steelers are once again looking like mere mortals, not the gods who ran rough shod over all comers across the first ten weeks of the NFL season.
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After compiling a stellar 10-0 start to their 2020/21 season campaign, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are now the top-ranked NFL team in Pennsylvania, and they have become the latest NFL team to join the sports betting revolution.
Right on schedule, Pennsylvania has welcomed its latest sportsbook. After announcing the opening of the Betfred Land-Based sportsbook at the Keystone State’s Wind Creek Bethlehem Casino back in June, the sportsbook threw open its doors on November 21 after final testing with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) had been completed.
The Keystone State of Pennsylvania officially has a booming legal sports wagering industry. The official figures for the state’s October betting handle was released recently by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) and its was a great one. Pennsylvania‘s online and retail sportsbooks combined to propel sports betting revenues to more than $525 for the first time in October.
Taking a betting plunge on the Presidential Election result is still not permitted in Pennsylvania, however, interest in being able to do so is higher than ever. Of course, the 2020 race has come and gone and Democrat Joe Biden not only won the state of Pennsylvania but took out 306 electoral college votes to now be President-elect ahead of his inauguration on January 20.
Sports betting fans in Pennsylvania, don’t despair. The Keystone State’s online sportsbooks and casinos are all still running and open for business. However, if you prefer to place your wagers at a land-based sportsbook in one of the Philadelphia area’s bricks-and-mortar casinos, it’s time to go digital.