RICHMOND, VA – Queen of Virginia Skill & Entertainment (QVS) proudly provided $74 million to Virginia’s Covid-19 Relief Fund in the last year, as the commonwealth struggled through the pandemic.
On October 6, 2020, Paul Goldean went before the Pennsylvania state Senate to speak at the public hearing on Senate Bill 1256 (Regulation of Games of Skill). Below is his testimony.
The makers of Pennsylvania Skill games are asking police to shut down “illegal mini-casinos” in the state, including one in Beaver County, rather than singling out Pace-O-Matic’s “presumably legal” gaming machines.
As Pennsylvania struggles to regulate skill gaming and distinguish it from illegal gambling, a Harrisburg polling firm published findings this week that suggest overwhelming support among
During their reconvened session, the Virginia General Assembly approved Governor Ralph Northam’s amendments to skill game legislation, which would allow for a ban on the machines to be delayed one year.