Pennsylvania lawmakers have approved a law allowing video gambling on slot machine terminals in truck stops throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
Accel is an industry leader of truck stop gaming in Illinois, servicing the top truck stop locations, and we’re excited to get rolling in a new market. In Illinois, on average, truck stops outperform all other gaming establishments by 141%.
Your truck stop could be eligible to earn $150,000 or more per year by adding slot machines, also called video gaming terminals (VGTs). Slot machines can not only add a new revenue stream, but increase your foot traffic and customer loyalty. It requires no additional staff and minimal resources to get started.
Selling diesel fuel is the initial qualifier for a gaming license in Pennsylvania.
The second qualifier is acreage, you need a certain amount to be eligible for a gaming license. If you don't currently own enough acreage to qualify, there are still steps you can take to get your gaming license.
If you sell diesel fuel, reach out to us to discuss your options. Each situation is unique, and we can provide you with guidance for your truck stop with no commitment.
Pennsylvania Gaming News
VGTs: Pros, Cons, Facts and Figures on the New Truck Stop Installations
(Play Pennsylvania - Nov 6, 2017)
As gambling grows in Pennsylvania, what's legal now and what's next?
(TribLIVE - Oct 31, 2017)
Pennsylvania approves gambling expansion — betting not just in casinos anymore
(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Oct 30, 2017)
Pennsylvania OKs betting online, in airports, at truck stops
(The Morning Call - Oct 30, 2017)
Gambling expansion with slots-like machines in bars moves forward
(PennLive.com - Jun 8, 2017)