Supremeland Gaming enters US market via Pennsylvania license approval

February 16, 2024
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The company will launch its games statewide in the coming months.

Supremeland Gaming recently received official interim authorization from the state of Pennsylvania, marking its debut into the US market. The iGaming company can now operate in Pennsylvania and give players access to its suite of titles.

Supremeland said it will release several titles from its Powderkeg in-house studio “in the coming months,” and said entering Pennsylvania means having access to a “key market” within the US.

Supremeland Executive Chairman Johan Apel further discussed the company’s expansion into Pennsylvania by saying, “Securing our first US gaming approval in Pennsylvania marks not just a milestone, but a testament to our commitment to innovation and the limitless possibilities that lie ahead.

"With the Keystone State as our gaming canvas, we eagerly anticipate transforming the landscape, pushing boundaries, and creating immersive experiences that resonate within this new American base."

The company said it desires to establish itself as a “prominent player” in the US iGaming industry through its team of designers, skilled developers and storytellers.

Company CEO Rickard Öhrn said the company is pleased to enter the US market.

He commented, "We are thrilled to have obtained our first approval in the US, and we couldn't be more excited to introduce our titles to the American iGaming community.

"This is a momentous occasion for Supremeland, and we are eager to contribute to the vibrant gaming culture in Pennsylvania and beyond."

In related news, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) recently voted to renew Downs Racing’s Category 1 horse track casino license for another five years. The board approved the renewal by unanimous vote.

During a recent public hearing before the board, the regular said Downs Racing “had fulfilled the obligations under its previously approved casino operator’s license and therefore qualified to have its license renewed.”


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