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Pennsylvania to Offer Out-of-State Gambling Licences to Operators

on Saturday, 15 September 2018
Pennsylvania to Offer Out-of-State Online Gambling Licences to Operators

Two more applications for online gambling licences have been approved in Pennsylvania, United States, while regulators of the state are preparing to issue the few remaining licences to out-of-state or even international gambling companies.

In the meeting of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) held on Wednesday, two more casinos in Pennsylvania, Penn National Gaming’s Hollywood Casino and Rush Street Gaming’s SugarHouse, were revealed to have won the right to operate in the state’s long-anticipated online gaming market.

The two operators will be allowed to offer online slots, table games and poker, joining the Parx, Harrah’s and Mount Airy to become two of the five approved online licensees.