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SugarHouse officially opens for sports betting

SugarHouse officially opens for sports betting.

Game on: SugarHouse becomes first Philly-area casino to offer sports betting

SugarHouse Casino in Fishtown becomes the first Philly casino to offer sports betting. In just 6 months since it was legalized, NJ casinos have already taken in $1 billion in sports wagers.

Game on: SugarHouse becomes first Philly-area casino to offer sports betting

SugarHouse Casino in Fishtown becomes the first Philly casino to offer sports betting. In just 6 months since it was legalized, NJ casinos have already taken in $1 billion in sports wagers.

American Airlines reboots flights to Halifax in 2019

A route between Philadelphia International Airport and Halifax, Nova Scotia that was canceled last year will resume as a seasonal flight in June.

American Airlines reboots flights to Halifax in 2019

A route between Philadelphia International Airport and Halifax, Nova Scotia that was canceled last year will resume as a seasonal flight in June.

Pa.’s first sports-betting casino attracts a younger crowd

Hollywood Casino was first out of the gate of the five Pennsylvania casinos licensed to offer sports betting because it quickly converted an existing room used for simulcasting horse racing into a sportsbook.

Pa.’s first sports-betting casino attracts a younger crowd

Hollywood Casino was first out of the gate of the five Pennsylvania casinos licensed to offer sports betting because it quickly converted an existing room used for simulcasting horse racing into a sportsbook.
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Marriott’s Starwood hotel hit by huge extended data breach

Personal information on as many as 500 million guests at Starwood hotels has been compromised.

Long-delayed Philly stadium casino sets 2020 target for start-up

Developers of Philly's long-delayed second casino say construction will start in early 2019. "We're at the final stage."

Parx, SugarHouse get green light to launch sports betting soon

State regulators approved licenses of bookmakers at Parx, Sugarhouse, clearing the path for sports betting to launch.

Pa. gaming board rejects Lombardi’s Pizza for alleged mob ties

Law enforcement alleged that organized crime was attempting to get a toehold in Parx Casino through Lombardi's.

Cordish acquires 100% control of Philly stadium casino project

The Maryland operator is buying out the shares of a Parx Casino affiliate to take sole control of the star-crossed South Philly stadium casino.

Hollywood Casino is first to launch legal sports betting in Pa.

Sports betting got a stealth launch near Harrisburg, while Valley Forge Casino became the 6th Pa. casino to apply for a bookmaking license.

N.J. bookmakers report plunge in sports-betting revenue. That’s good for bettors.

Sports bettors wagered 42% more in October, and kept a bigger share. But bookmakers still won $11.7M.

Wagerers crossing the Delaware for sports bets

New Jersey is the only game in town for sports bettors in New York and Pennsylvania, so they often travel

Airplane banner denounces Jets' partnership with MGM

An airplane banner criticizing the New York Jets' gaming deal partnership with casino operator MGM Resorts International circled MetLife Stadium several times a few hours before the team's game against the Buffalo Bills

Three early takeaways from N.J.’s explosive sports-betting launch

Mobile betting is huge. Fantasy giants FanDuel and DraftKings are dominant. And sports betting is not the savior for casinos.

American Airlines adding two new domestic flights at PHL in 2019

Tickets for routes to Asheville, N.C., and Chattanooga, TN, go on sale Monday.

MGM and Golden Nugget want a piece of Pa.’s online gaming action

Pennsylvania appears to have hit the saturation point for $4 million internet gambling licenses after six permits go unclaimed.

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