The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced on Tuesday that it is reopening the petition period for qualified gaming entity (QGE) applications in the state. From Jan. 3, 2023 until March 3 operators can submit petitions for one of three different certificates available for Pennsylvania online casinos.
These QGEs differ from regular iGaming licenses because they don’t require any ties to a PA land-based casino. This allows various online casino providers that operate outside of PA the opportunity to also offer gambling through its apps in the Keystone State.
There are a total of 12 remaining certificates in PA, each costing $4 million. The PGCB lists three for slots, three for table games and six left for PA online poker apps.