Pennsylvania Skill, the only legalized video skill game, has been proven by the Beaver County Court of Common Pleas and Commonwealth Court to be a legal game of skill. Pennsylvania Skill is consistently testifying at the capital with state senators, representatives, and legislators to regulate the skill game industry and provide additional tax money to the Commonwealth.
To provide accountability within the industry, Pennsylvania Skill's Compliance Team is comprised of retired state troopers and experts in gambling. PA Skill's consultants, The Noon Group, are experts with a background in law enforcement, security, law, government, business, and politics. With over 350 years of law enforcement expertise, PA Skill ensures operators, locations, and customers that it will continue being a leader in regulating the skill game industry.
Pennsylvania Skill is proudly manufactured in the Commonwealth by Miele Manufacturing, located in Williamsport, Lycoming County. Miele Manufacturing is a Pennsylvania, third-generation family operated company that employs nearly 100 local residents.
To build the skill game, it requires the support of other state-based businesses to manufacture and source component parts and materials. Pennsylvania Skill currently works with 20 vendors in 11 counties. Miele Manufacturing, Pace-O-Matic of Pennsylvania, vendors, operators, and locations that support Pennsylvania Skill have contributed to the tax revenue in the Commonwealth.
Pennsylvania Skill has provided new revenue for small businesses such as bars, taverns, clubs, VFWs, American Legions, convenience stores, tobacco stores, among many other state businesses. These businesses in return reinvest in companies, products, communities, and their families.
Pennsylvania Skill is endorsed by the Asian American Retailers Association (AARA).
As part of Pennsylvania Skill's corporate culture, they give back through their Charitable Giving program, an IRS approved 501(c)(3) organization, founded in November 2018 and has donated over $1.5 million to charities and nonprofits in the state.