Pace-O-Matic Removes Parx Casino's Suit Alleging 'Skills' Games Are Gambling Devices

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Pace-O-Matic Removes Parx Casino's Suit Alleging 'Skills' Games Are Gambling Devices
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Attorneys at Kleinbard LLC on Friday removed a lawsuit against slot machine company Pace-O-Matic and Miele Manufacturing to Pennsylvania Eastern District Court. The suit contends that Pace-O-Matic’s ‘Pennsylvania Skill’ branded slot machines do not comply with the state’s regulatory regime for gambling devices and are untaxed. The complaint, brought by Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel on behalf of Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment, further alleges that legal gambling operations like the plaintiff’s are financially harmed by competition from illegal slot machines. The case is 2:22-cv-04434, Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment Inc. v. POM of Pennsylvania LLC et al.

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Pennsylvania casino fined for allowing underage gambling Monday 21 November 2022 - 8:03 am The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has fined Parx Casino $10,000 (£8,472/€9,685) for allowing an 18-year-old to access the casino and gamble at ga...

Pennsylvania casino fined for allowing underage gambling
Monday 21 November 2022 - 8:03 am


The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has fined Parx Casino $10,000 (£8,472/€9,685) for allowing an 18-year-old to access the casino and gamble at ga...