How Can I Bet in Pennsylvania on Trump to Win in 2024?

Ken Edwards
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.

Second Wave Sends PA Sports Bettors Back Online

Ken Edwards
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.

Barstool to Save Philly’s Historic Reading Terminal Market

Ken Edwards
In partnership with its parent company Penn National, Barstool Sportsbook is already looking to put back into the community of Pennsylvania by helping rescue Philadelphia’s iconic public market, the Reading Terminal Market.

Unibet launches Philadelphia Eagles themed Casino Games

Ken Edwards
Unibet is one of the most popular online casino and sports wagering brands in Pennsylvania, and clearly, they have achieved that loyal following by not being afraid of innovation and doing things just a little differently.

PA NCAA Sports Betting under attack from Uni of Pittsburgh

Ken Edwards
University of Pittsburgh’s Athletic Director, Heather Lyke is continuing her personal crusade against sports wagering on college sports. As we reported in August, Lyke began her to make her stance known at a Senate Hearing at that time, that not only was it her opinion to be opposed to gambling on college sports, but it was also an opinion shared by many of her colleagues.

BetMGM Coming Soon to Pennsylvania – License Approved

Ken Edwards
Following a recent flood of new sports books and online casinos being added to the Pennsylvania gaming market, the state’s gaming regulatory authority, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), has granted the licenses for BetMGM to begin both its online sportsbook and online casino operation, and perhaps even add an online poker room.

Player Promotions Eat Into PA Sports Betting Revenue

Ken Edwards
Sports betting is going from strength-to-strength in Pennsylvania with record betting handle being reported in recent months. Of the most recent betting handle reports released by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) in September 2020, the Keystone State’s sports betting operators demolished the previous sports betting handle record reporting $462.8 million in sporting wagers.

FanDuel Pennsylvania Podcasts Review – Learn How to Win More

Ken Edwards
Fans and members of FanDuel in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Colorado and other legal sports betting states have some new tools to help them make better sports wagers, and in doing so help protect their bankroll and stretch every sports betting dollar just that little bit further.

Penn State’s Cutting-Edge Problem Gambling Research

Ken Edwards
Researchers at Penn State University are undertaking a ground breaking study into the societal and long-term impacts of legal online gaming and sports wagering in Pennsylvania. The University’s Criminal Justice Research Center has received a grant from the Keystone State’s Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs to undertake the study that will allow for participants from across the length and breadth of the state to share their experiences in legal online sports wagering and online casino play. It is expected that government policies on gaming expansion and problem gambling management are expected to developed from the results of the research.

PA’s Record Sports Betting Handle Falls in September

Ken Edwards
It’s a new monthly sports betting handle record for the Keystone State! The start of the new NFL season and college football coinciding with playoffs across the MLB, NHL and NBA respectively led to the unprecedented sports betting handle. In Pennsylvania, sports betting operators reported a total handle of $462.8 million in September.
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