Wednesday's meeting of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board saw more transactional waivers granted to gambling companies under the state's more liberalised online gambling dispensation.
During its public hearing, the PGCB granted the sports betting operator petitions of Rush Street Interactive and Sports Information Services, Limited (SIS). The former group is the in-house division for Rush Street Gaming, which owns both SugarHouse and Rivers casinos.
The latter is perhaps better known as European sports betting technology provider Kambi, which is working with three of the six PA casinos seeking sports betting.
The approvals signed of Wednesday take three Pennsylvania casinos closer to operational launches in the sports betting sector. The two companies will power Parx Sportsbook, Rivers Casino sportsbook and SugarHouse sports betting.