Parx Casino Prepares for Pennsylvania Online Gaming

Parx Casino Pennsylvania is ready and waiting for the green light on regulated real money online casino and poker action in the state, and there’s no better way to get ready than to begin offering a play for free site. There is of course no guarantee that the state will regulate online gambling this year, in fact the chances of that happening are growing smaller by the day, however there is of course always next year, and there’s nothing at all wrong in being prepared. Parx Casino has teamed up with the GameAccount Network and expects to launch the free play site later this year, fully expecting the Keystone state to do what it has been threatening to do for some time now, and give the thumbs up for real money gaming. That would mean that Parx Casino will of course be in a great position to flick the switch and make the change from free to real cash, having had plenty of time to test many of the casinos features and functionality.

John Dixon the CTO at Greenwood Racing, the Parx Casino parent company states that, they will be “well prepared in the event regulation of real money internet gaming emerges in the state of Pennsylvania.” Parx Casino is the leading land based casino in the state and boasts a total of over 3,200 slot machines and 150 table games, and the partnership with GameAccount who already have an interest in US regulated online casino gaming due to their deal with Betfair and the Trump Plaza in New Jersey will see an experienced team created , however with the Trump Plaza closing after the summer season, there’s no word on what will actually happen to its licence to provide online gaming in the Garden state.

Residents of Pennsylvania already of course play real money online casino games in the many US online casinos that cater for them,with Desert Nights being one of the biggest and best, and until regulation takes place in the state, that’s exactly what players will continue to do.