Bally’s building Pennsylvania casino

Home » Bally’s building Pennsylvania casino

Bally’s is expanding to Pennsylvania by developing a satellite casino in Centre County, home of Penn State University, through a deal with real estate firm owner Ira Lubert.

Construction on the $120m project will begin in the first half of this year and take around a year to complete. Bally’s 15th casino will have up to 750 slots, 30 table games and sports betting and online gaming subject to approval of separate licences.

Ira Lubert, the former Valley Forge Casino owner, won the satellite casino licence in September in the state Gaming Control Board’s auction with a $10m bid. Bally’s will acquire a majority interest in the casino and own 100 per cent of all sports betting and igaming activities.

Source: Fantini’s Gaming Report

More about:  MGM casinos opening on Monday

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Gambling News from is made for the most passionate fans of online casinos and internet gambling. We cover everything: from popular gambling world events and trends to new casino slot game releases and reviews, you will find the latest news stories.