Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board issues $17,500 in fines
| By Daniel O'Boyle
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has issued fines totaling $17,500 to three of its licensees including Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment, operator of the Parx Casino.
Two of the fines related to the theft of video gaming terminals (VGTs) at a truck stop, and the third related to Greenwood, for allowing the deployment of unapproved online games.
Regarding the VGT thefts, a fine of $7,500 was levied against VGT terminal operator Second Street Gaming, LLC.
A further $5,000 was levied against VGT establishment licensee Love’s Travel Stops & County Stores, following a theft in August 2020 in which a total of $3,202.81 in cash and cash equivalents was stolen.