Are Live Dealer Online Casino Games Coming To Pennsylvania?|Are Live Dealer Online Casino Games Coming To Pennsylvania
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Are Live Dealer Online Casino Games Coming To Pennsylvania?|Are Live Dealer Online Casino Games Coming To Pennsylvania

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Are Live Dealer Online Casino Games Coming To Pennsylvania?

Evolution Gaming has secured a conditional interactive gaming manufacturer license by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. That brings PA online casinos one-step closer to offering live-dealer games.

Evolution specializes in live casino offerings and is a major supplier of New Jersey live dealer casino games. It does that through its live dealer studio at Hard Rock Atlantic City. In addition to Hard Rock Casino, Evolution partnered with 888, Resorts, DraftKings Casino, PokerStars, Mohegan Sun, and SugarHouse in New Jersey.

And so far, so good.

“Demand for our live casino services in the US has been phenomenal,” said Evolution chief business development officer James Stern.

“We are delighted to be further expanding our US operations by opening a standalone studio in Pennsylvania to serve both online operators and land-based casinos in the state,” Stern said. “We are looking forward to opening up our world-leading live casino portfolio to operators and players in the state of Pennsylvania.”

Not only is Evolution in the process of opening its live dealer studio in Pennsylvania, but it’s also increasing the size of its New Jersey studio to provide its current and future partners with dedicated tables.

Evolution Unlikely to Be the Only Live Dealer Games in Town

Evolution is unlikely to be the only supplier of Pennsylvania live dealer casino games.

In New Jersey, it already has stiff competition in the form of Ezugi, and there are rumors of a third live dealer studio coming to the Garden State.

Ezugi’s live dealer studio at Golden Nugget Online Casino (the first live dealer studio in the US) powers live dealer games for five New Jersey online casinos: Golden Nugget, Stardust Casino, Party, Borgata Casino, and BetMGM Casino.

The Live Dealer Advantage

Golden Nugget was the first online operator to launch live dealer games in New Jersey, and their addition has been a catalyst for growth, propelling Golden Nugget to the top spot in the market.

In a June 2017 interview with Global Gaming Business, Golden Nugget Vice President of Online Gaming Thomas Winter said the following about live dealer games:

“For the first time, an online brand is embodied with real dealers and real player interactions.

“We believe this has attracted patrons who would not have played online otherwise, for it was perceived somewhat cold and too far from the social experience a brick-and-mortar casino typically offers.”

According to Winter, online table game revenue increased by 150% in the first two years following the launch of live dealer games.

An Even Bigger Impact in Pennsylvania

Because of its disparate tax rate between online gambling products, the impact could be more dramatic in Pennsylvania.

Unlike New Jersey, where online casino products are taxed at the same rate, Pennsylvania taxes online slot machines at 54% and online table games at 16%. Because of this marked difference, Pennsylvania online casino operators are likely to steer online players towards table games, including live dealer options.

As highlighted in our latest Pennsylvania gambling revenue report, that might already be occurring.

Steve Ruddock Content Director / Legal Analyst

Steve Ruddock is the content director for BettingUSA and the Editor-in-Chief of Gaming Law Review.

Steve has covered the legal and legislative developments in the US gambling sector for more than a decade for online and print publications.

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