PENNSYLVANIA SKILL IS A LEGAL GAME OF PREDOMINANT SKILL
Pace-O-Matic's Pennsylvania Skill amusement devices have been found to be predominately games of skill by the Beaver County Court of Common Pleas. Click here to read the court's judgement. Click here to read a memo from our attorney outlining our device's legal status.
If you are visiting this page due to the correspondence sent by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB), please know those claims are false. Top officials in the Pennsylvania Governor's Office and the PLCB have indicated that your liquor license will not be affected by having Pace-O-Matic's legal Pennsylvania Skill amusement devices in your establishment. Click here to read a memo from our attorney to the PLCB.
Our legal status will not change unless there is another legal decision or the law is changed by the State legislature.
Some of our competitors have lost court cases, which means they are not legal games of predominant skill. Read on for more details on these cases.
Some manufacturers have lost court cases in Pennsylvania. This means their games are not games of predominant skill and are illegal in Pennsylvania.
Gracie Technologies Inc. : On April 25, 2019, Gracie Technologies lost a case in the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria County, Pennsylvania Criminal Division. Click here to read a copy of the decision against their software.
Banilla Games : On March 23, 2017, Banilla Games lost a case in the Court of Common Pleas of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Click here to read a copy of the decision against their Diamond Skill software.
Pong Game Studios : On June 11, 2019, Pong Game Studios lost a case in the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Click here to read a copy of the decision against their software.