In Pennsylvania, yesterday reportedly saw Rivers Casino Pittsburgh receive tentative approval to begin offering sportsbetting services with the downtown venue now hoping to start taking wagers as soon as the first day of next month.
Final authorization pending:
According to a Wednesday report from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newspaper, the provisional authorization from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board came after the Pittsburgh casino owned by Rush Street Gaming agreed to pay a $10 million licensing fee and subject its future sportsbook’s technology and staff to a final approval process.
Interim facility may open next month:
The newspaper reported that Rivers Casino Pittsburgh now hopes to begin offering bettors pre-match …Read More