The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved new sports betting and iGaming licenses.
The regulator approved Caesars’ Harrah's Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack and Rush Street's SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia and Rivers Casino Pittsburgh.
SugarHouse and Rivers both plan to open temporary sports betting locations at the venues on December 1st with their Kambi-powered sportsbook, with dedicated facilities slated to open next year.
Harrah's is yet to commit to a start date at its proposed 4,322 square-foot sports book facility powered by Scientific Games.
The PGCB also approved the iGaming license petition of Presque Isle Downs to offer online gaming in the state when permissible via its SBTech-powered platform, as well as Stadium Casino's iGaming petition for non-peer-to-peer games for its future casino in the state.