Pennsylvania regulator renews license of Valley Forge Casino for additional 5-year period

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Pennsylvania regulator renews license of Valley Forge Casino for additional 5-year period
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The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board voted to renew the casino license of Valley Forge Convention Center Partners. The company has "fulfilled the obligations under its previously approved casino operator’s license" and therefore qualified to have its license renewed for an additional five years. Since its opening in March 2012, Valley forge Casino has generated $2.04 billion in gross revenue from the play of slot machines, table games, iGaming, and sports wagering.

Pennsylvania regulator renews license of Valley Forge Casino for additional 5-year period. Valley forge operates 850 slot machines, 50 table games, FanDuel retail and online sportsbooks, and both the Fanduel and Stardust iGaming sites. It also employs 320 people.

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