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NetEnt has applied for Pennsylvania gaming license

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NetEnt targets the US market after the company has applied for a license with The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) to supply local operators with its world-leading online casino games. Back in October 2017, the Pennsylvania state legislature approved a bill that allows online casino gambling. Right now NetEnt has filed the application to The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) …

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Total Pennsylvania Casino Revenue Rises 3.6% in the latest fiscal year

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Pennsylvania has 12 major casinos which rake roughly $4.9 million monthly from poker alone. This is dwarfed by the roughly $60 – $70 million which is raked from the entirety of table games including poker. The casino industry is enormous in Pennsylvania, with $3.23 billion of gross revenue generated during the 2015/2016 fiscal year. Table games accounted for $839,177,086 of …

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888’s promotional campaign in Pennsylvania

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888’s promotional campaign in Pennsylvania has been launched quietly with the brand’s land-based online gambling partner Mount Airy Casino Resort. Available immediately, the 888’s promotional campaign in Pennsylvania allows players to register an account at 888 Casino NJ via the Mount Airy website or a kiosk set at the casino. As a reward, players will receive a $25 “no deposit” …

Pennsylvania casinos got fines

Pennsylvania casinos got fines

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Three Pennsylvania casinos got fines from The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Pennsylvania casinos got fines for different violations and the total fine is US$ 32,500. Fines are the outcome of the approval of consent agreements between the PGCB’s office of Enforcement Counsel and the operators themselves. Mount Airy Casino Resort operated by Mount Airy #1 Llc, was fined US$15,000 for …