Mount Airy fined for several breaches including minor gambling

Mount Airy fined for several breaches including minor gambling

Youngsters ages 11 to 18 were able to access casino gaming at Mount Airy Casino Resort in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board fined Mount Pocono $160,000 for failing to keep the young people from playing casino games.

Three incidents at Mount Airy casino in Pennsylvania resulted in a fine. The youngest child, 11, was able to gamble on 10 different games. Two 13-year-old girls were playing slot games with their mother. The oldest child was allowed to play two slot machines.

A second fine of $100,825 was handed down to the operator for failing to file renewal applications for corporate or individual needs by the mandated date. The Gaming Control Board is in charge of overseeing the gaming industry and will act in any instance where regulations are breached. It is unclear if any changes will be made to ensure that the failures do not happen again.

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