There must be something about being located on the US east coast that makes the law more agreeable to gambling, with the Quaker state joining in with neighbors New Jersey and Delaware where it is legal.
Pennsylvania began to change how its laws worked for gambling in 2017 when a gambling reform bill (HB 271) sponsored by house member Jason Ortitay was passed that would allow the legalization of online poker, online sports betting and online casino games, as well as rubber stamping the playing and regulation of Daily Fantasy Sports games.
In addition to as handful of state authorized land-based casinos, Pennsylvania is also home to several race tracks where visitors can place parimutuel wagers on horse racing events.
Pennsylvania also has a state lottery and residents are able to buy tickets from authorized vendors, and they can also purchase tickets online and also play online scratch style games and keno for real money.
Although every care has been taken into providing the information
this map, state law can often change and this map is how we at GamingUSA understand the gambling law in each
state to be as of June 2nd 2023