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Tag Archives: The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board

US – Caesars claims first Internet Gaming Certificate in Pennsylvania

Harrah’s Philadelphia and Caesars Interactive Entertainment have become the first operator granted approval of their petition for an Interactive Gaming Certificate for online gaming in Pennsylvania. This approval is the initial step in a process that is expected to see a trio of offerings launch for Pennsylvania residents and visitors including online slots, table games…

US – Pennsylvania Gaming Board renews Sands Bethleham’s licence

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has unanimously voted to renew the Category 2 Casino Operator’s License of Sands Bethworks, operator of Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem located in Northampton County. The casino is in the process of being bought for US$1.3bn by Wind Creek Hospitality, an affiliate of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians of Alabama….

US – Pennsylvania accepting applications for sports wagering

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced that it has notified casino license holders that they can begin submission of petitions requesting approval to conduct sports wagering. The announcement follows the 14 May 2018 decision by the US Supreme Court striking down a federal ban on sports wagering through the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act,…

US – Pennsylvania’s fifth mini-casino auction fails to generate any interest

The latest auction for a Category 4 casino in Pennsylvania ended with no bids being received for a Category 4 Casino License, prompting the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to announce a “subsequent round” of Category 4 Casino Auctions that will begin on March 21, 2018. The State’s Gaming Law establishes that a “subsequent round” of…