Parx Owners Fined $22K by Gaming Control Board

Greenwood Gaming was fined by the PGCB for using a gaming system before it was approved and for allowing a drunk person to gamble.


The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board recently levied fines of $22,000 on the owners of Parx Casino.

According to a release, the fines were related to a Canadian table game manufacturer that distributed its EZ Track System for Baccarat prior to being licensed. The manufacturer was fined as well as other organizations involved.

Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment, Inc., operator of the Parx Casino in Bensalem, was fined $12,000 for entering into a contract and utilizing the EZ Track System before it was approved by the state.

Greenwood also received a $10,000 fine for failure to comply with its approved Compulsive and Problem Gambling Plan by allowing an intoxicated patron to gamble.

KC October 12, 2012 at 04:30 PM
That's a slap on the wrist to a company that brings in $1mil a day just in table games.


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