Pennsylvania Land Casino Exec in Support of Online Gambling

General Manager of the Mount Airy Casino in Pennsylvania, John Culetsu, showed support for online gambling as the issue continues to be a hot topic in the state.

The legalization would draw in a new and younger demographic to the casinos within the state generating much needed revenue.

On the other hand, Culetsu was not a fan of another proposal to allow land casinos to open satellite locations with a maximum of 250 slot machines as he believes it would negatively affect the cash flow brought in by the main casinos.

Satellite locations are part of a bill currently under review by Pennsylvania Legislature that would see Pennsylvania’s brick-and-mortar casinos open two of their own satellites each at a cost of a $5-million fee for each.

The 12 casinos throughout Pennsylvania generated $278 million in revenue during May 2015 showing an annual increase and a spike in Slot revenue.
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    I didn't realize that Pennsylvania even had that many brick and mortar casinos throughout the state and even so, they want to add several more satellite casinos. I may sound like a good idea but is it really. Especially when they now want to add online gambling. I hope they are not biting off their head to spite their face, ha, ha....... To much can be to much.

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