The state gaming board has concluded the second of three days of hearings on who should get Philadelphia’s remaining casino license.
The six applicants interested in a second casino license to be issued in Philadelphia showed their best hands this year.
Officials involved in casino mogul Steve Wynn’s proposed resort along the Delaware River waterfront in Fishtown held a vendor outreach event Wednesday for those in the construction, supply and subcontracting fields.
The six applicants who are in a spirited competition for a second casino license to be issued in Philadelphia all made their presentations during an all-day hearing on Tuesday before the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
After initial review of the six applications for Philadelphia’s second casino license, the state gaming board has identified more than 50 main players associated with the projects and that number is expected to grow as the proposals move forward.
The deadline passed Thursday evening to file an application for Philadelphia’s second casino license. One of the proposals comes from a gaming company based near Reading and according to Philadelphia-based U.S congressman Bob Brady (D-Pa.), it is a great bet for the city.