Pa. Casino Regulators Hear Sugarhouse Request For 3-Year License RenewalManagement spoke about how the gambling hall has been a responsible neighbor in Fishtown while keeping more than 1,200 jobs in the city.
Slot Machine Revenue In Pa. Moves Up SlightlyAfter several down years, slot machine revenue at Pennsylvania casinos rebounded in the last fiscal year.
Decision Awaited on Second Casino License for PhiladelphiaThe Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board chairman indicated that after final oral arguments in the application process, February 26th, he hoped there would be a decision about the Philadelphia casino license within 60 days.
Philly Casino Hopefuls Make Their Final Pitches To State Gaming BoardThe Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is dissecting each of the five proposals during hearings at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Pennsylvania's Casino Revenue From Table Games Up in 2013But despite another year-to-year increase in table games action, overall revenue at Pennsylvania's casinos was down slightly in 2013.
Pa. Casino Officials Hope To Make Decision on 2nd License For Phila. in SpringThe public comment period on the bids closes at 5pm on December 31st.
Valley Forge Casino Fined $200,000 For Violating Its License TermsValley Forge has a Category 3 license, which mandates that patrons must pay at least $10 out of pocket before hitting the casino floor.
Consultant's Report Handicaps Economic Impact of New Philly CasinosThe report shows that the "Provence" and "Market 8" projects proposed for center city and the "Wynn Philadelphia," proposed for Fishtown, are generally among the top three in several of the categories in the economic impact study.
Table Games Revenue Up in Pennsylvania During AprilThat good news must be taken with a grain of salt, however, because table game revenues in April were less than a third of the overall take from slots, which are taxed at a much higher rate.
Pa. Slots Revenues, Down Again From 2012, Generate $612M in Tax ReliefNot only were slots revenues down more than four percent in April compared to the same month a year ago, but it is also the first time that all 11 of Pennsylvania’s casinos were operating for a full month each year for comparison purposes.
Public Presentations, Hearings Set For New Philadelphia Casino ProposalsThe Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has scheduled three days of events: an information-only presentation in February to be followed by two days of public hearings in April.
Another Philadelphia Casino Applicant Emerges at 11th HourThe Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board says it has received six applications for Philadelphia’s second casino license -- including one that wasn’t on the radar screen until now.