1001 N Delaware Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19123
SugarHouse Casino is a $550 million casino project located on the Delaware River waterfront at the former site of the Jack Frost Refinery. It is approximately 0.9 miles north of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge on North Delaware Avenue, between Frankford and Shackamaxon Streets. The casino opened September 23, 2010 at a building cost of $390 million.
On May 31, 2019 SugarHouse Casino became the first in Pennsylvania to offer an online and mobile sportsbook.
The Sugar Express is a free bus service that will pick up and drop off SugarHouse guests around Center City and nearby access points.
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Open 24 hours daily
45,000 square-foot gaming floor
1,600 slot machines>
42 table games - including Blackjack, craps, roulette, mini-baccarat, ez baccarat, 3-card poker, pai gow poker, ultimate Texas hold'em, Asia poker, and Mississippi stud poker.
Sports betting - including online and mobile
June 12, 2019
Rush Street Gaming, the owner of SugarHouse Casino, announce plans to change the name of their casino to 'Rivers Casino Philadelphia'. The change will take place later this fall at the same time the casino introduces sports betting and online gaming.
The name change will enable the owners to promote the Rivers Casino brand in regional and national media. Their other Rivers Casino branded properties are the Rivers Casino Pittsburgh, Rivers Casino Schenectady and Rivers Casino Des Plaines (Chicago)
TENTATIVE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
June 2019 - Announcement of plan to rebrand the SugarHouse Casino
July 2019 - Begin sign and labelling changes to Rivers Casino Philadelphia
August 2019 - Launch online gaming under Rivers Casino brand
Sept 2019 - Launch sportsbook under Rivers Casino brand
Fall 2019 - Official launch of Rivers Casino Philadelphia brand
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