Self-exclusion violation leads to $10,000 fine for Pa. casino

April 30, 2010

HARRISBURG, PA: The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board today fined Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment Inc., operator of the Parx Casino, $10,000 for providing a replacement players club card to a self-excluded person, permitting him access to the gaming floor on three separate occasions, and enabling him to play slot machines on one of the occasions without being identified.

The civil penalty was unanimously approved by the Board at its public meeting Thursday in Harrisburg as part of a consent agreement between the Board’s Office of Enforcement Counsel and the operator of the Bucks County casino.


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