Pennsylvania casino fined for allowing underage gambling

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 gaming tables.


The regulator said casino personnel permitted the individual to enter the gaming floor and place bets. This breached Pennsylvania law that states players must be at least 21 to legally access the casino floor and gamble.

The fine was presented by the regulator’s Office of Enforcement Counsel (OEC) and issued to Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment, which operates the casino.

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