PGCB Sells Another Category 4 Satellite Casino License

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September 4, 2020

The Keystone State has been very aggressive in its pursuit of the expanded gambling plans that were put in place over two years ago. One of the key components of the plans was the launch of a number of mini-casinos within the state’s borders. While there was a ton of interest in during the first few license auction, the last auction last year did not have any bidders. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board tried again this week, and on Wednesday, renowned Philadelphia investor Ira M. Lubert won the state’s latest mini-casino license. This was after submitting a bid of a… Read More

Pennsylvania Online Gaming to Go Live on July 15

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April 23, 2019

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) have finally announced the official launch date of the state’s online gaming industry. In a letter that was addressed to the Keystone State’s 13 licensed casino operators, Kevin O’Toole, the gaming control board’s executive director, revealed that the operators who interactive gaming licenses have been approved will be able to begin operating on July 15. “We know many of you have been diligently working toward the launch of interactive gaming. Consistent with our pledge near the beginning of this process … the Board intends to launch a coordinated timeframe for the commencement of I-Gaming… Read More