Pennsylvania regulators approved table game applications for the Mount Airy Casino Resort and the Sands Casino Resort, which are the two closest competitors to the Mohegan Sun's Pocono Downs racetrack-slot parlor, in addition to the Hollywood Casino near Harrisburg.
A total of five facilities in Pennsylvania have received approval for table games thus far, including the Mohegan's Pocono Downs operation. These facilities will pay a one-time $16.5 million fee for the table game license and continually pay a 16 percent tax on table game revenues.
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