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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.
Casino giant MGM is reportedly among those seeking approval for Pennsylvania online gambling under a provision for out-of-state applicants.
IGT will provide the online casino and online poker platform for Penn National, entering Pennsylvania under Hollywood's license and branding.
The partypoker GSSS missed several guarantees, — including two key ones — doing little to dispel concerns over the health of New Jersey online poker.
If the sale rumors are true, the Stadium Casino project in Philadelphia could be the sixth Pennsylvania property to change hands in a year.
Numbers for the 2018 PokerStars NJCOOP weren't bad, but the New Jersey online poker industry is as lean as it has ever been.
In order to maximize the online casino market's potential, Pennsylvania needs to foster competition. That will improve marketing and product innovation.
There are a lot of potential problems with the Pennsylvania law governing online gambling in the state, which should launch before the end of the year....
Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh no longer plans to offer online casino or online poker, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Seven Pennsylvania casinos are now "go" for interactive gaming after Sands and Valley Forge received their regulatory approvals on Wednesday.
With its casinos tapping ott at 32 licenses, Pennsylvania has seven online gambling licenses left to award to outside entities via radom draw.
The list of operators approved to offer Pennsylvania interactive gaming has grown to five with the additions of Hollywood and SugarHouse. And we now how...
As it prepares to rollout its online gambling websites, Pennsylvania can learn a lot from New Jersey, including how to mitigate the impact of the...
Pennsylvania can learn a lot about online gambling from New Jersey. For instance, NJ made a big mistake by not focusing on consumer awareness early...
Pensylvania's casinos are at odds with the state lottery over certain online game offerings, but the casinos are making a mistake by disparaging the lottery
Pennsylvania should be listening to those who have lived online gambling in New Jersey, not the natsayers in the existing PA gaming industry.
Pennsylvania online poker players hope they will be able to take to the virtual felt against players from other states. But will they? For the...
As Pennsylvania readies to launch online gambling the Keystone State should look east and copy the good and avoid the bad from New Jersey.