A bill introduced by Pennsylvania lawmakers to regulate online gaming, the third iGaming bill to be published in the current legislative session, has this week been referred to the state’s Committee of Gaming Oversight.

Introduced by Representative Tina Davis, the bill looks to legalise online poker, casino and bingo in the state. She had introduced a similar bill back in 2013.

Representative Davis claims that regulation of the sector is necessary to protect Pennsylvania’s casino industry from competition from the neighbouring states of New Jersey and Delaware, both of which have already passed iGaming legislation.

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