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 134%.
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. Here are the six requirements a truck stop must meet to be eligible to apply to add video gaming to their businesses:
If you meet all these requirements, and are located in a county that allows video gaming, you can apply for your video gaming license with the PGCB right now.
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