Cashless Future for Pennsylvania’s Casinos?

Ken Edwards
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.

Fanduel’s Much-Anticipated Online Casino Launches in Pa

Ken Edwards
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.

Betfred set to become 10th Pennsylvania Online Sportsbook

Ken Edwards
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.

Pennsylvania’s sports teams return to action this summer

Ken Edwards
Good news Pennsylvania sports bettors! State Governor Tom Wolf’s administration has released a range of recommendations on the return of professional sports in the Keystone State.

FanDuel PA & NJ – June 2020 Sports Betting Promotions

Ken Edwards
Sports bettors in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, have plenty of great opportunities to get back into their sports betting swing as the major U.S. sports leagues return to action this summer.

PA Sports Betting Bounces Back as Major Sports eye return

Ken Edwards
With the major sports like the NBA, NHL, MLB eyeing a return to action in July and the NFL teams heading into their training camps soon, it can’t come soon enough for Pennsylvania’s online sportsbooks.
PA Online Casino Revenue jumps by 73% in April 2020

PA Online Casino Revenue Jumps by 73% in April 2020

Ken Edwards
Online casino revenue in Pennsylvania jumped an impressive 73% in the month of April 2020, helping offset the losses experienced across the rest of the gaming industry, most notably with the enforced closure of bricks-and-mortar casinos and having few live sports to wager on.
Defying shutdown - Pennsylvania’s Skills Games Still Live

Defying Shutdown Pennsylvania’s Skills Games Still Live

Ken Edwards
On Monday, March 16, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board ordered all bricks-and-mortar casinos in the Keystone State to close their doors to patrons, part of a nationwide push to curb the effects of the global pandemic on the United States. A day after, gaming boards in Kansas and Missouri followed the Pennsylvania lead and before long, the entire ‘in-person’ legal gaming industry across the nation ground to a standstill.
Table Tennis - The latest Pennsylvania Sports Betting Craze

Table Tennis – The latest Pennsylvania Sports Betting Craze

Ken Edwards
Starved of major league sport during the global pandemic, online sportsbooks and bettors in Pennsylvania Turn to Table Tennis
DraftKings PA Enjoys 1st Week of Online Casino Operations

DraftKings PA Enjoys 1st Week of Online Casino Operations

Ken Edwards
As first reported last week, DraftKings officially joined the ranks of legal Pennsylvania online casinos on May 1 and have enjoyed a successful first full week of operation.
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