Sugarhouse Casino Fined $58,000 for Incorrect Slot Machine Setting.

The gaming authority in Pennsylvania -Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board- on August 6, 2014 levied a fine of $58,000 against Sugarhouse HSP Gaming for allowing a number of slot machine at it’s Philadelphia casino to operate at paytable setting different from the setting reported to gaming Board.

According to the statement on the gaming board website, it is reported that the secret of lacksugarhouse casino pennsylvania of compatibility was exposed when the Board’s Gaming Laboratory Operations were making a review of all the operational slot machines at the Philadelphia casino and this led to the fine which was levied against the company.

It was discovered that between the period of March and August 2013, twelve slot machines at the casino were operating at paytable settings which were different from the setting submitted to the Gaming Laboratory Operation.

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