The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board recently announced that it was granting Bally Casino two online gaming licenses for slots and table games.
- Bally Casino to go live in PA offering online slots and table games
- The operator petitioned as a Qualified Gaming Entity
- Bally Casino does not have a land-based partner in PA
Following the announcement it made last year to open up the market to online participants, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board granted Bally Casino two gaming licenses. Soon players in the Keystone State will enjoy online slots and table games from the Rhode Island-based operator.
Bally Casino took advantage of the January 3 to March 3 window for submissions of petitions to be recognized as a Qualified Gaming Entity. This is only the second time the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has opened such an opportunity for outside players since 2018. Qualified Gaming Entity status allows operators to apply for gaming licenses without the support or backing of land-based partners.
No time yet for Bally launch
The new developments mean that Bally Casino is the latest and first beneficiary of the three online casino licenses announced last year by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. All that’s left now for the operator to cement the deal is to pay the $8 million fee for online privileges.
About Bally Casino
With a rich heritage spanning over eight decades, Bally Casino is one of the finest venues for online casino gaming. The operator is already live in New Jersey, where players can wager on an extensive collection of online slots and table games.