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VALLEY FORGE’S $1 MILLION BET ON OPEN CASINO ACCESS PAYS OFF HANDSOMELY BY BILL GRINSTEAD

For the past several months, PA has been busy raking in enormous licensing fees from state casino operators hoping to cash in on new gambling verticals authorized by a landmark gaming bill passed last year. In all, Keystone State casinos have already spent upwards of $258 million in preparation for the potential windfall.

But for all the money being shoveled into state coffers, few casinos have seen any return on their investment so far – nor will they for many more months, or perhaps even years. For Valley Forge, however, the changes brought on by the bill have already proved a boon to its operation, and are a major contributing factor to the impressive eight-figure year-on-year gains the casino has enjoyed over the last 10 months.

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