SugarHouse Casino on Wednesday received a $30,000 fine from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board for violations of the Fishtown property's surveillance protocols, the state casino regulators said.

SugarHouse employees violated internal controls when they failed to follow the rules for entering security department notifications of surveillance camera malfunctions, failed to ensure that the correct log-in procedures were followed, and failed to ensure that system modifications operated properly, the gaming board said.

This is SugarHouse's third fine since November, when it was fined $22,500 for allowing three individuals on the state's self-exclusion list to gamble. In January, SugarHouse was fined $100,000 for five incidents of underage gambling last year involving 10 individuals.