PLAINS TWP. — After months of waiting, people wishing to place sports bets at Mohegan Sun Pocono will finally get their chance this fall. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Tuesday approved the casino’s petition to offer all types of sports betting permitted by state law, Mohegan Sun Pocono President and CEO Anthony Carlucci said. The casino gas inked a five-year deal with European-based Kindred Group, previously known as Unibet Group, to run the sportsbook. The deal also leaves the possibility of two additional five year extensions. Carlucci said the sportsbook will be near the casino’s main entrance in a former electronics store next to Molly O’Shea’s Irish Pub. With the Gaming Control Board’s approval, Carlucci anticipates approximately 10 to 12 jobs being created for the sportsbook. According to Carlucci, games being offered include NFL, NCAA, MLB, NHL, NBA, golf, tennis, UFC, rugby, NASCAR, MLS, Premier League Soccer, La Liga, Bundesliga among many others. Bets and offers include straight bets, parlays, round robin, fixed odds, money lines, prop bets and in-play betting. The 1,130 square-foot facility will have a total room capacity for 75 patrons, including 42 couch...