Another online casino in Pennsylvania is on its way to the Keystone State. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approved Bally PA’s petition to operate as a Qualified Gaming Entity (QGE) in Pennsylvania. Successfully, Bally Online Casino Gets QGE License Approval For Pennsylvania Launch!
The PGCB granted Bally online casino two online gaming licenses for online table games and slot machines. Community games and poker will be available from somewhere other than Bally. Pennsylvania currently has 18 online casinos.
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Bally Online Casino QGE License Granted by PGCB
Out-of-state operators with QGE status can apply for an iGaming license without collaborating with a land-based casino. It means allowing Bally online casino to proceed, despite Penn State’s land-based casino facing legal issues.
On January 3, the PGCB renewed QGE applications, which closed on March 3. Operators can apply for one of the three certificates, which include online slots, table games, and poker.
On January 3, Bally Casino became the first operator to apply for certificates. The PGCB is only opening QGE applications for the second time, the first being in 2018.
The Bally Online Casino Release is Distinct from the State College Mini-Casino
Despite the operator’s legal disputes relating to the PA mini-casino near Penn State’s campus, Bally online casino continued to operate.
PlayLive! Casino is the only additional online platform that launched prior to the opening of its land-based casino.
The Bally Casino in State College is being sued over a possible illegitimate bid Ira Lubert created to win the license in 2020.
Stadium Casino, which is run by Live! Casino Philadelphia and Pittsburgh lost to Lubert and filed an appeal with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
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