Internet Vikings to conquer Wyoming and Maine

May 4, 2023
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The iGaming hosting provider headquartered in Stockholm expands its US presence.

Internet Vikings is anticipated to launch in both Wyoming and Maine later this year.

The Swedish hosting company plans to expand into both iGaming and sports betting markets.

Since 2021, the company has looked to expand within the US. Internet Vikings launched with Crab Sports in Maryland last month, as well as in both New York and Mississippi in March; meanwhile, it partnered with Oddswork in Pennsylvania in January. 

Blake Riley, Director of B2B Sports Project Management at GAN, said of Internet Vikings’ overall quality of service, “The product and level of support provided by Internet Vikings has been impressive, and we are optimistic about working with them in these new markets, subject to all regulatory approvals.

“Their expertise in iGaming and online sports betting hosting is a valuable asset to our business, and we look forward to continuing to work with them as we expand into other US states."

Internet Vikings is equally pleased to collaborate, with Founder and CEO, Rickard Vikström, stating, “I am confident about our ability to help companies like GAN achieve their US market goals, and we look forward to exploring new opportunities for combined projects in the future.

“Extending our operations and continuing to deliver value to end-user customers is a top priority for us. We see the US as a crucial market for our business, and we are committed to providing exceptional services to our customers here.”

Furthermore, the company joined the Indian Gaming Association in January, with its CEO emphasizing the importance of its relationships with US Tribal partners. 


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