Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board fines three online gambling licensees
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has fined three online gambling licensees a total of $60,000 for violating self-exclusion and staffing requirements
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has fined three online gambling licensees a total of $60,000 for violations of self-exclusion and staffing requirements.
Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing Association, operator of Hollywood Casino, received a $45,000 fine for allowing individuals in the PGCB’s iGaming self-exclusion programme to access its online Barstool Sportsbook.
Downs Racing, operator of Mohegan Pennsylvania casino, and its iGaming partner Unibet Interactive were fined $7,500 for failing to suspend an account of a compulsive gambler who had requested a temporary suspension.
Online casino solutions provider Evolution received the same fine for an unlicensed employee dealing blackjack in its gaming studio.
The PGCB also issued bans to two adults from all land-based casinos in the state for leaving children unattended in running vehicles while gambling.
The PGCB identified 331 incidents of adults leaving children unattended to gamble at Pennsylvania casinos involving 522 minors since the start of 2022 through to February 2023.