State regulators on Wednesday fined a Philadelphia casino $62,500 for failing to prevent underage patrons from sneaking into the casino and gambling. In one instance, an underage patron consumed alcohol and enrolled in the casino’s loyalty program.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Wednesday approved a consent agreement with Sugarhouse HSP Gaming L.P., operator of Rivers Casino Philadelphia, after several incidents in which three individuals under the age of 21 accessed the gaming floor:
The three patrons were formally evicted from the casino, and casino security personnel were disciplined, according to the consent agreement. Rivers Casino Philadelphia is owned by Rush Street Gaming.