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Slot Machine Competition Still Continuing

With Philadelphia Park opening southeastern Pennsylvania’s first slot machine parlor and the second one in the state, Atlantic City has to be feeling the pinch. Many gamblers say that they are excited that slot machine gambling is so much closer to them now, and that they don’t have to travel to NJ in order to gamble. However, there are still two more slot machine casino licenses to be issued.

On Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is expected to issue two slot machine licenses for casinos in Philadelphia. There are five companies vying for the slot machine licenses, with most looking to put their casino in a different location from the others. Trump Street is looking to put theirs in Nicetown/East Falls, the Riverwalk Casino is looking to go on Delaware Avenue and Spring Garden, the Foxwood Casino Project is vying for Delaware Avenue and Reed Street, and finally the SugarHouse and Pinnacle Projects are both looking at North Delaware Avenue.

When Philadelphia Park opened, there were hundreds of people standing outside just waiting to get their chance at playing the slot machines. As of 7pm that evening, more than 10,000 patrons had come to play the slot machines. By the end of the night the slot machine casino had paid out more than $100,000 in jackpots of $1,200 or more.


 

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