Greentube granted Pennsylvania license

June 1, 2023
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Greentube continues its US expansion, now operating in its fourth US state.

Greentube has been awarded a license to operate in Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. This comes as Greentube continues its expansion across the US.

Pennsylvania becomes the fourth US state in which Greentube has acquired a license since the beginning of 2022, the other states being Connecticut, New Jersey and Michigan. Greentube will be hoping to expand further across the US and Latin America.

Greentube can now supply games in the third-largest American state in terms of total iGaming revenue last month. It will now be able to showcase its content across the state, as well as enter into partnerships with other companies in the area. 

This new licence will see Greentube games such as Diamond Cash, Thunder Cash series and new games including Money Maker made available to players in the region.

This market entry follows news from the end of 2022, in which Greentube voiced its intention to further enhance its content creation capabilities in the US through a joint venture with studio Flamingocatz and the acquisition of US development studio Present Creative.

This year, Greentube extended its partnership with Rush Street Interactive. Additionally, Greentube partnered with LatamWin, which allowed Greentube’s content to be available to play across Chile.

Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO at Greentube said, “Receiving a license to offer our market-leading content in Pennsylvania is another important milestone for Greentube as it continues to expand its presence across North America.

“We are looking forward to working alongside operators within the state to serve players with our unique brand of entertaining content.”


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