Comment on Pennsylvania iGaming Bidding to Reopen, as State Seeks New Online Casino Operators by Dan M.

Bally’s Corporation is especially interested in this opportunity because iGaming licenses in PA will be available to entities that do not currently have a brick-and-mortar presence in Pennsylvania. Bally’s hope for a brick-and-mortar casino grand-opening near Penn State University is rapidly fading away as the proposed State College casino’s developers face a steep uphill licensing battle in the Commonwealth Court. The local community’s collective voices of strong opposition to a casino near Penn State will definitely increase the likelihood of any casino license application in State College being denied.

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