4ThePlayer.com gets green light to operate in Pennsylvania

May 22, 2024
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The company is now licensed in four US states.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has approved 4ThePlayer.com to operate in Pennsylvania’s iGaming market. This is the latest move in 4ThePlayer’s strategic US expansion plan.

The approval to enter Pennsylvania’s iGaming scene follows the company’s debut in three other US states. 4ThePlayer.com is currently available to players in New Jersey, Michigan and Connecticut.

The company said in a statement, “An exciting portfolio, featuring top-performing titles such as 4 Fantastic Lobsters and 9k Yeti will soon be launched in Pennsylvania and live across the company's impressive customer list.”

Company Co-Founder and Business Development Director Chris Ash said the company is eager to offer its game portfolio to Pennsylvania players.

He commented, "I am thrilled we can bring our unique gaming experience to the players of Pennsylvania. After the success we have seen with these titles in other states, we are excited for players in Pennsylvania to play them!”

In other state news, players can now access PayNearMe’s MoneyLine payment platform through a collaboration between PayNearMe and Mohegan Digital. PayNearMe will serve as Mohegan’s exclusive payment provider for the state’s iGaming market.

Through MoneyLine, players can choose from a wide range of withdrawal and deposit options that are available through a single integration.

As part of its deal with PayNearMe, Mohegan Digital will accept deposits through several methods, including debit and credit cards, PayPal, Venmo, Guaranteed ACH and cash at retail. The company said that this will give players “a full suite of deposit choices.”

Players will also have push to debit, PayPal, Venmo and ACH payout options as well.


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