With the holiday weekend comes a new option for Pennsylvanians to enjoy as a diversion. On Thursday, PointsBet Pennsylvania casino went fully live in the Keystone State.
Pennsylvania residents and visitors who have been using the PointsBet app for online sports betting now have the choice to play the wide menu of casino games as well. For those who have yet to give PointsBet a try, though, there’s something in it for you if you do so.
PointsBet Pennsylvania casino removes the shackles
Over the past two days, PointsBet had offered its online casino product on a limited basis in a mandatory test period. As of April 14, however, the restraints are gone. The entire array of ways to play is available.
That gives Pennsylvanians 18 disparate online casinos to choose from in their state. In addition to a dozen slot titles, the app offers:
This is PointsBet’s fourth market for its online casino games. Pennsylvania joins Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia. PointsBet started taking bets online in the state in February.
“Just a few short months after launching PointsBet in the state, we’re excited to now be able to introduce the Pennsylvania market to our innovative online casino product,” said Aaron O’Sullivan, PointsBet’s VP of Online Casino Revenue.
“At PointsBet, we pride ourselves with our ability to not only deliver our users with the best-in-class sports betting product but the best-in-class casino content as well – creating a holistic PointsBet user experience.”
For Pennsylvanians who have already been wagering on sports with the app, there’s nothing additional to download or sign up for. Those keen to give it a try for the first time should note a pair of new customer offers.
PointsBet deposit and registration bonuses available
If you’ve been waiting for PointsBet to make its casino product available, your wait is obviously over. Your patience might have just paid off, too. PointsBet has two offers for new users in Pennsylvania.
The first is a $25 credit in your new account, no strings attached. After the app verifies your eligibility to play, you can use that bonus just like real money on any casino game you like. There’s no deposit necessary for that offer.
The other deal, however, does require a deposit. PointsBet will match 100% of your first deposit up to $250. So, if your first deposit is the maximum amount allowable in this offer, you would have a playable balance of $525 after the app verifies everything.
That’s $250 in actual cash, another $250 from your deposit match, and the $25 registration bonus. As always, though, your budget is more important than any offers. If $250 is more than you can afford to deposit, stick to your limit. You’ll get a match of your first deposit, no matter how much that is.
Regardless of the size of your budget, there is a new Pennsylvania online casino to try out. These offers could make your bankroll go a little further.