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Caesars is on the verge of launching both online sports betting and online casino games in Pennsylvania. But what about WSOP online poker?
If Pennsylvania wants its nascent online casino industry to someday rival New Jersey's, it will need to improve in several areas.
Finally, Pennsylvania online casinos are a real thing, as Hollywood Casino, Parx Casino and SugarHouse all launched this week.
Pennsylvania casino operators are left licking their wounds after their preliminary injunction request was denied in a case against the PA Lottery and online gambling.
The countdown is on in Pennsylvania! Parx announced that it plans to begin offering online and mobile gambling on the very first day the PGCB allows.
Through partnerships and determination, Mount Airy has strategically positioned itself to become a Pennsylvania online gambling powerhouse.
A presentation submitted to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board hints at a PokerStars branded brick and mortar poker room coming to the Mount Airy Casino.
Parx is ready to offer online gambling and sports betting in Pennsylvania, but a few questions about its plans remain unanswered.
Bettors in Pennsylvania no longer need to leave the couch to bet on sports, as SugarHouse Sportsbook has officially opened its virtual windows.
Philadelphia's SugarHouse Casino is a force in the New Jersey online gambling market. In Pennsylvania it could be a leader.
With its existing operation in New Jersey and new partnerships with Kindred and Pala, Mohegan Sun is well-positioned for online gambling in Pennsylvania.
With online casinos in Pennsylvania set to go live in July, one question is what the situation will be for live dealer games. Will they...
Nearly 18 months after the governor signed the enabling legislation, Pennsylvania has a date for the launch of online gambling: July 15.
This covers the full landscape of applications, approvals, and partnerships for PA online poker, casinos, and sports betting.
Bet365 has rented New Jersey offices right on the Pennsylvania border. The company expects to launch NJ online sports betting in June.
Primarily known as a horse racing/betting powerhouse, Churchill Downs is prepared to attack full-scale online gambling in states with regulated industries.
Pennsylvania is trudging toward the launch of its online gambling industry, but the DOJ's new Wire Act opinion has pushed the timeline back into summer.
Former WPT executive Jon Kaplowitz joins Penn National Gaming to head up the Interactive team that manages real-money online gambling and sports betting.
The top regulator for PA online gambling has sent a letter to operators warning them to fully comply with the new Wire Act interpretation.
Online poker is unique in gambling, requiring the sort of interstate network that appears to be prohibited under a new Wire Act interpretation.
Just about everyone who petitioned to offer PA online gambling is now approved to do so, including online poker giant PokerStars.
Don't be surprised if you see more Pennsylvania casinos ship their online gambling products across the border into New Jersey — and vice versa.
Churchill Downs ran through its expanding portfolio during its Q3 earnings call, discussing plans to offer online gambling in multiple states.
Golden Nugget had a likely partner in place for Pennsylvania online gambling before doubling down with a standalone petition on Wednesday.
Pennsylvania regulators have given Presque Isle Downs and the Stadium Casino project interim approval to offer interactive gaming.