Aspire Global said its Pariplay brand has been granted an interim online gaming supplier license by the state of West Virginia.
This is the company’s second US state, having garnered a license in New Jersey last year.
Aspire said the interim license will enable Pariplay to sign deals with casino operators in West Virginia and provide its suite of gaming content to more players in the expanding US market. The company noted West Virginia has shown great potential as the West Virginia Lottery Commission has reported impressive month-on-month revenue increases.
Adding West Virginia is Pariplay’s latest move in its 2021 expansion strategy, the company said in a statement, adding it demonstrates their ongoing efforts to extend its “global footprint across all regulated markets.”
Some of Pariplay’s casino games include Kings of the Trident Deluxe, Dragons of the North Deluxe, Mystery Fox, Wolf Riches and Stallion Fortunes.
In addition to Pariplay’s gaming catalogue, the company said operators in West Virginia will gain access to thousands of games from suppliers that are available through their Fusion aggregation platform.
Adrian Bailey, Pariplay MD, said, “Being approved by the West Virginia Lottery Commission to offer our games to players in this market is a very exciting move for Pariplay, as we see much potential not only in this state but in the US market as a whole. We think our suite of games will resonate well with the players in this state and we look forward to begin building partnerships with operators in West Virginia and beyond as we continue to expand into more regulated markets.”