Play’n Go secures licensing in Pennsylvania

March 27, 2024
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The supplier has also secured entry into Delaware.

Play’n Go has entered its fifth and sixth states in the US, as it continues its expansion throughout the country. 

In this latest news, the Swedish company has secured US iGaming licenses in Pennsylvania and in Delaware, taking its reach to six states in total. 

On top of its new expansion into the Keystone State and the First State, the supplier also has a presence in New Jersey, Michigan, West Virginia and Connecticut, while being licensed to supply slot games in the Canadian province of Ontario. 

Pennsylvania in particular will be viewed as key, as it is one of the largest in the iGaming market in the US, highlighted by its 2023 numbers, which show the state brought in total gaming revenue of $5.69bn. 

Play’n Go CCO Magnus Olsson said: “Play’n Go content is the most conducive to player retention across the industry. With player acquisition costs sky high in the US, we’re pleased to be able to offer operators in Pennsylvania access to our content which will keep players coming back for more.   

“We are determined to be the number one casino gaming supplier in every regulated market in the world, and given that we are thriving in more than 25 jurisdictions around the world where we have a license, we fully expect a similar success story in Pennsylvania in the coming years.”  

In other news today, Hacksaw Gaming has extended its reach into the Candian province of Ontario through a longstanding partnership with DraftKings


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