Valley Forge Convention Center granted Gaming License
March 10, 2011
A ruling was made on Wednesday by the state’s Supreme Court to approve another
gaming license. It will be granted to the Valley Forge Convention Center.
Previously, state gaming regulators had approved the center. However there were
delays due to legal challenges and the facility was not allowed to have slot
600 slot machines have been approved. Along with 15 game tables. The table games
will give a competitive advantage over New Jersey. Pennsylvania will become a
top competitor in the northeast.
Legalized gaming in Pennsylvania started in 2004. By granting the latest gaming
license, this will make Pennsylvania the state with the fasted growing gaming
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