FAQs About PA Online Casinos: Getting Started & Gambling Safely

FAQs About PA Online Casinos: Getting Started & Gambling Safely

There are many games available on the internet that you can play at casinos. Here is a basic guide to online casinos in Pennsylvania.

Online casinos are legal in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Nevada has online poker but no mobile gaming.

Geolocation pinpoints players’ locations by tracking their IP address and triangulating their WiFi signal.

BetAmerica was hacked on March 27 and remains offline. Brick-and-mortar casinos are closed to slow the spread of coronavirus.

How can I tell if the operator is legit and the site is real? Scroll to the bottom of the application and look for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board seal and an iGaming license number.

The state-mandated RTP (Return to Player) in PA is 85% for all slot games and video gaming terminals (VGT) at truck stops. The average RPP for Pennsylvania slots is about 89-90%.

iGaming operators’ libraries are home to a number of popular slot titles. Game King Video Poker remains a favorite. Table games have attracted the majority of the action in PA.

Operators continuously add games. FanDuel added twelve new titles in early April.

Parx will power live dealer casinos in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in early 2020.

PokerStars PA is Pennsylvania's first and only real-money poker operator. PlayPennsylvania broke the news of the launch in October.

Sportsbooks are integrated with their respective online casino platform. You do not need separate funds for the casino.

PlayPennsylvania breaks down sign-up bonuses and best features for each online casino here.

How do you withdraw from PA online casinos? E-check or paper check are most common.

Public wifi is an open signal and hackers can monitor and steal your credentials.

Monitor your internet traffic. Intercept and steal your credentials. Confiscate your gambling accounts, checking or credit accounts.

Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board recently launched a new website and a phone number. National Council on Problem Gambling recommends setting time and financial limits and sticking to them.

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