Pennsylvania to launch First Online Casino July 15th 2019

Watch for Pennsylvania Online Casinos from July 15

For those hopeful that the launch of Pennsylvania online casinos was imminent when the Keystone’s State’s law passed back in 2017, they were unfortunately wrong. However, the wait will finally be over on July 15 2019 when PA online casinos no longer will be a fantasy, and my, how the PA online players are looking forward to it!
Illinois the Latest U.S. State to Legalize Sports Betting

Illinois the Latest U.S. State to Legalize Sports Betting

Sports bettors in the Land of Lincoln will soon be able to place a bet on their favorite team like the Bears, Cubs, White Sox & Blackhawks after Illinois last week joined the big sports betting states like Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Jersey, Nevada, Delaware, Mississippi, Rhode Island and New York as states that have adopted legalized sports betting.
NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement

NJ Betting Regulator Goes to War with Illegal Offshore Sites

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has made itself transparent and abundantly clear to illegal offshore online gaming operators.
Apple Slowing Online Gambling Growth

Apple Slows Down Growth of Online Gaming in PA & NJ

PlaySugarHouse was the first online sportsbook to make its way into the fledgling online Pennsylvania sports betting market. You can access the PlaySugarHouse.com website on your computer and if you are within Pennsylvania state lines, you will be redirected to the correct site. It’s also possible to download the SugarHouse Sportsbook app if you are an Android user. However, for those online sports bettors with an iPhone in PA, there is no SugarHouse iOS app for you to place your wagers.
New York State Approves Limited Casino Sports Betting

New York State Approves Limited Casino Sports Betting

This week, the New York Gaming Commission adopted regulations that will soon allow for New York State's four upstate casinos and its Tribal casinos to start accepting wagers on sporting events.
A Short History (& Future) of Pennsylvania Sports Betting

A Short History (& Future) of Pennsylvania Sports Betting

Pennsylvania looks set to introduce legal online sports wagering any day now. With that in mind, our panel of sports betting experts here at Betting Top 10 USA have put together everything you need to know on how we arrived where we are with sports wagering in the Keystone Stone, and when we can place
Pennsylvania’s slow expected start to Online Sports Betting

Pennsylvania’s Slow Expected Start to Online Sports Betting

With online sports betting expected to begin any day now in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania, it’s prudent to temper your expectations on how successful the online sports betting industry might be straight out of the gate. Yes, its true that New Jersey’s online and bricks-and-mortar sportsbooks like 888sport have been experiencing month-after-month of record
West Virginia becomes the 5th Legal Online Casino State

West Virginia becomes the 5th Legal Online Casino State

On March 27, West Virginia officially became only the fifth state in the United States to legalize online casino and online poker. Online casino gambling in West Virginia became legal when act H 2934 (commonly known as the West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act) passed into state law legalizing all online casinos and online casino
Sports Betting Profits in New Jersey now outpace Nevada’s

Sports Betting Profits in New Jersey now outpace Nevada’s

When the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was repealed in May 2018 and states began to legalize sports betting, there was a lot of gaming industry talk that the state of Nevada as a whole would lose many customers, its sports betting influence, and that the very essence of sports betting would alter as a result have options
NY’s lack of Sports Betting Options is New Jersey’s Gain

NY’s lack of Sports Betting Options is New Jersey’s Gain

While State Legislators in New York’s state capital of Albany snooze on legal sports betting, online sports books and casinos in neighboring New Jersey are reaping the benefits as hordes of New Yorkers travel to the Garden State to place their bets. As each day that passes without the legislature in New York
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