The Pennsylvania Gaming Act was signed into law in October 2017.
Part of the law allows certain types of establishments in Pennsylvania to expand their offerings and increase revenue with video gaming terminals. Each establishment is required to work with a licensed operator such as Second State Gaming.
Each licensed Truck Stop Establishment will receive 15% of the gross terminal revenue, projected at $100,000 to $165,000 annually, of the Video Gaming Terminals placed in their location.
Skill games are not legal in PA. They are “Court Approved”, meaning that any law or regulation that prohibits them in the future will make the games illegal.
VGTs are legal and regulated by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.