In 2019, SugarHouse’s parent company, Rush Street Gaming, announced that the casino would be rebranded as Rivers Casino Philadelphia, matching the name used by Rush Street’s other properties, including Rivers Casino Pittsburgh. The new name became official on October 29, 2019.
Is SugarHouse Casino Now Rivers Casino?
Located in Philly’s lively Fishtown neighborhood, Rivers Casino Philadelphia took over the site of the former Jack Frost Sugar Refinery, and was previously named SugarHouse Casino.
Did SugarHouse change its name?
SugarHouse Casino’s name has reached the sell-by date and will be rebranded as Rivers Casino Philadelphia.
Who Is Rivers casino owned by?
Does Philadelphia have casinos?
There are three types of casinos in Philadelphia: two racetrack casinos, one stand-alone casino, and one hotel resort casino. Pennsylvania passed legislation in 2004 to allow slot machines at 14 locations in the state: seven racinos, five stand-alone casinos, and two hotel resorts.
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Is BetMGM available in PA?
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What is the best casino in Philadelphia?
The Best 10 Casinos in Philadelphia, PA
- Rivers Casino Philadelphia. 2.1 mi. …
- Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia. …
- Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack. 11.8 mi. …
- Parx Casino. 16.2 mi. …
- Valley Forge Casino Resort. 16.3 mi. …
- DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City. …
- Rivers Poker Room Philadelphia. …
- Sofitel Philadelphia.
Can you drink at Live Casino Philadelphia?
Updated rules for drinking at PA casinos and restaurants
Casino capacity in PA raised from 50% to 75%. Restaurants may resume bar service. Alcohol service will be allowed without the purchase of food. The curfew for removing alcoholic drinks from tables will be lifted.