Pittsburgh's River Casino has been fined $90,000 for multiple underage gambling violations, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The fine stemmed from seven incidents, including one where a 17-year-old girl is alleged to have gained access and wagered on slot machines, according to the PGCB.
The six other incidents involved 20-year-olds who played table games, the PGCB said. They were also served alcohol.
The fine is levied against Holdings Acquisitions, Co., LP.
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