Golden Nugget online casino has received the final consent for a license from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB). With the obtaining of the license and its operations falling in place, Pennsylvania gamers will immediately get connected to the online slots and table games that will be on offer from the Golden Nugget stable.
The finalization of all the formalities pertaining to the license was the final regulatory hurdle that the online casino site seems to have overcome. What remains is the securing of the license and the operations to commence. Reiterating the fact, the PA Gaming Control Board Director of Communications, Doug Harbach, came out with a confirmation on the matter while speaking to PlayUSA.
In the board meeting, it was made clear that Golden Nugget was officially set up outside Pennsylvania, and all that remained was the fulfilling and ironing out of last-minute details and formalities regarding the license to operate in the state.
The inclination for Golden Nugget to operate in Pennsylvania took shape in 2021 when it came in for the Qualified Gaming Entity (QGE) status in March. The two involved certificates were for slots and table games. In the state of Pennsylvania, another casino that has the QGE license is Bally Casino. There are two basic ways of beginning operations in the state. One is through the QGE license, and the other is by forming an association with some other casino that went against Golden Nugget’s plans.
Golden Nugget Online Casino is run by Golden Nugget Online Gaming LLC and has a presence in Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia. The casino comes with 1,000 games, along with appealing promotional activities, which have a VIP program. All gamers need to do is download the Golden Nugget casino application or get connected to the casino’s website.
Players in the US have access to online slot games such as Cleopatra, Atomic Meltdown, 88 Fortunes, The Goonies, and Starburst. There is also the Golden Nugget special Megaways slot. In terms of table games, there is the much sought-after roulette, as well as poker and blackjack. On becoming operational, Pennsylvania gamers will be able to share the same experience.