Pennsylvania’s online gaming partnership with 888

888Online gaming operator 888 has reportedly struck a deal with land-based facility the Mount Airy Casino Resort to provide internet gaming services in the US state of Pennsylvania.

Although Pennsylvania does not currently allow online gaming, a number of bills have been introduced in the state in an effort to regulate such activity.

Various reports in the US media suggest in the event that legislation passes in the state, then 888 and Mount Airy will be allowed to offer internet gaming and online poker services in Pennsylvania.

Under the agreement, 888 would use Mount Airy’s interactive gaming licence to launch an 888-branded website in the state…

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