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PA Gaming Control Board To Accept Interactive Gaming Petitions By Casinos Starting April 16th

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HARRISBURG, PA: The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board today announced that beginning on April 16, 2018, and for a period of 120 days, licensed Pennsylvania Casinos can petition the Board for an "Interactive Gaming Certificate."

If approved, a Certificate Holder may be authorized to offer interactive gaming in three categories:

  • peer-to-peer interactive games where players compete directly against other players, like poker
  • non-peer-to-peer interactive games where players compete against the dealer's hand, which simulate table games
  • non-peer-to-peer interactive games which simulate slot machine


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