Pennsylvania sports betting heads into its first NFL playoff actionJon Harris, The Morning Call · January 5, 2019 at 10:36 pmIt doesn’t take much time at SugarHouse Casino to discover the Philadelphia facility’s newest offering. If customers miss the five-story sign attached to the building’s exterior, another one just inside the casino’s doors — standing maybe 8-feet tall and reading, “This way to live sports betting” — should catch their attention.Just steps away, the casino’s sportsbook awaits. There, several high-definition TVs surround a seating area for about 75 people, including a lucky 18 patrons who can sink into brown leather chairs closest to a 14-by-7-foot screen displaying multiple games. Pencils sit atop each table, ready for customers to scribble down their bets before delivering them to live tellers near four TVs that scroll through upcoming games and the accompanying odds.Those who work up an appetite can call or text an order, from a $10 Geno’s cheesesteak to a $19.75 prime rib French dip, along with a 100-ounce Miller Lite draught beer to wash it down. It’ll be delivered to their seat by a waitress in a referee outfit.