SugarHouse Hosts Weekly Game Show with A Philly Twist

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Philly’s Casino Announces ‘Philly Pheud’ Lineup for September  
 PHILADELPHIA—Sept. 3, 2014— SugarHouse Casino announced today their September lineup for “Philly Pheud,” a game show that is taped every three weeks on location. The local game show pits two teams of four against each other in a battle of Philly trivia. The show, hosted by Mike Missanelli, is taped at The Refinery at SugarHouse, and airs Saturday evenings on PHL17.
Philly Pheud features teams competing to name the most popular survey responses about locally inspired trivia. The teams consist of area community groups and Philly celebrities that put their City of Brotherly Love knowledge to the test. Winning teams earn a grand prize of $1,000, and the second place team wins $100 free play for each team member.
“We’re Philly’s casino, so there’s no better spot to host a show where people from our area battle it out to see who knows our city best,” said Wendy Hamilton, general manager of SugarHouse Casino.
On Sept. 3, WMMR personalities Marissa Magnata, Nick McIlwain and Matt McCord will challenge personalities from WMGK, including Andre Gardner and Debbie Calton. Teams for Sept. 3 also include the Hegeman String Band vs. the Avalon String band and Philly Roller Girls Block Party vs. Philly Roller Girls Independence Dolls.
Then, on Sept. 24, Eastern State Penitentiary competes against Terror Behind The Walls and Quizzo Champions battle Quizzo All Stars.
Tapings are at 7 p.m., 8 p.m., and 9 p.m. each night. Guests 21 years and older are welcome to get in the game and be a part of the live audience for free. Audience members can walk away winners too, and will receive $10 free play if they are a new Rush Rewards member, a Philly Pheud branded gift, as well as access to happy hour specials in The Refinery.
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SugarHouse, which opened in September 2010 as Philly’s casino, features 1,606 slots, up to 62 table games, fun and unique dining options, riverfront views, and free on-site parking. The casino employs approximately 1,100 people, and for three consecutive years has been voted a “Best Place to Work” in the Philadelphia Business Journal and a “Top Workplace” from For more information, visit