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Harrah's Philadelphia on Thursday became the ninth land-based operator to begin offering online casino gambling in Pennsylvania.
Online casinos and poker sites in Pennsylvania won almost $25 million in March, salvaging at least some gaming revenue from the coronavirus closures.
The inaugural Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker starts April 4, with $2 million in total guarantees spread across 100 events.
In its first full month of operation, FanDuel Casino has surged to the top of the pack among competing online gambling sites in Pennsylvania.
Casinos are shutting down in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, leaving online gambling sites to mitigate the losses of their physical counterparts.
Partypoker will go live in Pennsylvania and relaunch in New Jersey in the coming weeks, part of Roar Digital's plan to rebuild a national US...
Golden Nugget will roll out SG Digital's OpenSports platform to online sportsbook customers before next football season, starting with New Jersey.
PA online gambling hits $14 million in gross revenue for a month with the addition of FanDuel Casino.
The concurrent Bounty Builder Series feature matching schedules but differing guarantees, each consisting of 32 events in the Progressive Knockout format.
The PokerStars Winter Series gives us of what to expect from online poker in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania gets its seventh and eighth online casino brands this week with successive launches by BetRivers and BetAmerica.
FanDuel Casino is live in Pennsylvania in partnership with Valley Forge Casino. It's FanDuel's first online casino launch under its own branding.
British bookmaker BetFred is teaming up with with Wind Creek, which was until now one of the last Pennsylvania casinos without an online partner.
Last year was a record year for Pennsylvania gambling, and December a record month for online operators. Take a peek into their revenue reports.
Winter Series is coming soon to PokerStars sites in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including a sports betting tie-in with FOX Bet in PA.
November was the biggest month yet for online gambling in Pennsylvania, thanks in part to the launch of PokerStars under the license of Mount Airy.
The first-ever Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker went off without a hitch, as PokerStars easily covered its $1.225 million guarantee.
While preparing to make its debut in Pennsylvania, Evolution Gaming is adding 26 more live-dealer tables to its existing NJ online gambling studio.
It’s only been a week and a half that Pennsylvanians have had access to online poker. Now they’re going to get a $1 million guaranteed...
By the numbers, PokerStars' Pennsylvania launch was a big success. How did players feel about it? We spoke with one Philadelphia pro about his experience.
Today is the day for online poker players in Pennsylvania, as PokerStars PA becomes the first regulated site serving the Commonwealth.
The wait for Pennsylvania online poker is nearly over! The PA Gaming Control Board says it expects a PokerStars test launch on November 4.
In order for online poker to thrive in Pennsylvania, the market needs to overcome its fair share of hurdles — both within the state and externally.
Pennsylvania online poker is almost here, and the imminent launch of PokerStars has some folks feeling optimistic about the future of the US market.
The young online gambling industry in Pennsylvania is growing across multiple verticals at once, including a sharp upward trend for PA online casinos.