Internet Vikings partners with Oddswork for Pennsylvanian push

January 19, 2023
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The iGaming supplier will provide Oddswork with specialized cloud hosting services.

Internet Vikings has partnered with Oddswork, an US-facing games provider, in a bid to further both companies' growth in Pennsylvania. The latter business provides Remote Game Server (RGS) based games and has extensive experience in the land-based gaming sector.

Internet Vikings already has a well-established presence in the Coal State, having gained approval to operate in Pennsylvania last November. It will begin providing Oddswork with its specialized cloud hosting services, starting this summer.

Oddswork Executive VP Steven DeMar expressed his delight at teaming up with Internet Vikings, saying: “It is of great value to us that Internet Vikings offers a reliable total turnkey solution for each new market we enter.”

Internet Vikings Founder and CEO Rickard Vikström reflected DeMar’s enthusiasm at this team-up. He commented: “It is with great pleasure that Internet Vikings announces their ongoing collaboration with Oddsworks. As a services provider, it is extremely rewarding to be a part of this aspiring company’s growth journey.”

Pennsylvania is a key state for a young company such as Oddswork (founded in 2020) that is looking to break into the US market. The Coal State was one of the first states to legalize sports betting following the repeal of PASPA, doing so in November 2018.

Vikström commented further: “Pennsylvania was one of the first states to open its doors to online casinos and sports betting. Today, it features some of the most renowned names within the industry, and still holds immense potential.

“Hence, it was no coincidence that it was imperative to establish our operations there as soon as possible. It is also a very logical choice for B2B games and platform providers such as Oddsworks.”


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