Playtech opens live casino studio in Pennsylvania

November 30, 2023

This is the supplier's third live studio in the US, after opening locations in Michigan and New Jersey in 2021.

Playtech soft launched its third live studio in the US this week, with a brand new location in Pennsylvania. Players in the Keystone State now have access to 24/7 Playtech operations, and games such as VIP blackjack and roulette.

Playtech Live CEO Edo Haitin said, “I am very proud of this significant achievement for Playtech Live as we open our Pennsylvania Live Studio. This achievement is a testament to the outstanding dedication and expertise of our team, as well as our commitment to delivering Live Casino experiences to players worldwide.”

The company’s 2021 multi-launch saw partnerships with Parx Interactive in Michigan and bet365 in New Jersey for Playtech’s first two US-based live casino studios. In October, Playtech partnered with FanDuel for a Canadian live casino studio in Ontario.

Playtech’s largest live casino studio opened in Riga, Latvia in 2017, and the company offers native-speaking dealers for the UK, Italy, Spain and Romanian markets as well.

Pennsylvania’s launch gives Playtech a live studio in three out of the six states where iGaming is currently legal and live (with Rhode Island going live in April 2024). Playtech plans to continue growing its US team and aims to strengthen partnerships with operators across the country.

Haitin also commented, “We are thrilled to complete the tri-state iGaming expansion and conquer yet another key territory. The launch of our studio represents an exciting new chapter in our growth, showcasing our commitment to driving innovation within the industry with our focus on crafting customised gameplay experiences for the American market.”


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