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Pennsylvania Casino Regulator Fines $284K

The Pennsylvania Game Control Board has sanctioned and sanctioned several game operations emerged this week after detecting violations of a different nature across the state.

Regulator fines total $186, Boyd Gaming, Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing Association, Valley Forge Convention Center Partners, and Sugarhouse Gaming. In addition, the institution has taken non-monetary punitive actions against Snow Shoe Travel Plaza and Pit Stop Travel Plaza.

Boyd Gaming was handed the largest fine among the aforementioned operators sanctioned by the Keystone State gambling watchdog. A casino operator $150 hit with fine for not notifying PGCB Members of all relevant facts regarding the delivery of a principal's license in 2020. It turned out that the firm's failure to provide the necessary information prevented the regulator from determining compliance.

To Mountainview Thoroughbred Racing, the Penn National Gaming subsidiary that operates Hollywood Casino. $ given. , fine A person on the Gaming Control Board's self-exclusion list after gaining access to the gaming floor of the property. They were served alcoholic beverages, which damaged vehicles resulting in drunkenness and damage to other customers' vehicles parked near the property.

Mountainview Thoroughbred faced a separate $), good due to incidents where two former employees deliberately diverted payments to game service providers to provide false disclosures to the regulator and licensing office regarding the lower payment amounts required to determine the classification of certain property sellers In other words, these misrepresentations resulted in lower license fees. More Sanctions

Additionally, Valley Forge Convention Center Partners, the entity that operates the Valley Forge Casino Resort, $), fine from state gambling regulator for failing to prevent a minor visitor from accessing the casino floor.

The young gambler was aged 20 and could gamble on the venue's board games.

Sugarhouse HSP Gaming, the Rush Street Gaming subsidiary that operates Rivers Casino Philadelphia, has not been fined but needs additional security measures. and increasing surveillance of the property after leaving two children aged two and four in a parked vehicle in the casino's parking lot

Snow Shoe Travel Plaza and Pit Stop Travel Plaza also avoided a monetary penalty but met various requirements. because they don't fit They were ordered to hand over two video game terminal establishment licenses and two master licenses. To obtain a license from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

Pennsylvania's licensed gambling operators $2000 generated revenue According to the latest data, $ million in May, up from 404 million in April rose. State Game Control Board. Their properties were closed in the same month a year ago due to the Covid-19 pandemic. . The reported May 2021 figure represented a 20. % increase from May 2000 when the total revenue was $2000 .8 million.

Source: Pennsylvania Game Control Board issues total penalties $186,, SBC Americas, June 17, 2021