Gaming license renewed for Presque Isle Casino & Racetrack

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board unanimously voted on Wednesday to renew the Category 1 casino operator's license for Presque Isle Downs, Inc., which operates Presque Isle Casino & Racetrack in Summit Township, Pennsylvania.

The board’s seven members concluded that the facility had fulfilled all obligations under its previous license and authorized a three-year renewal following a practical procedure permitting both the venue and the public to provide input. Casino personnel provided testimony and furnished exhibits relating to the establishment’s functioning, while residents and officials offered response to its impact in the community.

Local government leaders, community groups and the Pennsylvania State Police, along with the Gaming Control Board's Office of Enforcement Counsel, Bureau of Investigations and Enforcement, Office of Compulsive and Problem Gaming, and Casino Compliance, all testified regarding the casino’s performance.

Wednesday's public hearing in Harrisburg also allowed board members to question Presque Isle Downs representatives about any remaining issues before voting on the renewal. A PowerPoint presentation from the hearing can be viewed at

Since opening in February 2007, Presque Isle Casino & Racetrack has generated more than $1.4 billion in gross revenue from slot machines and table games, resulting in a return to the commonwealth of almost $765 million in gaming tax revenue.

Presque Isle Casino & Racetrack currently employs 937 personnel, operating more than 1,500 slot machines and 42 table games.

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