Pennsylvania license secured by Strive Gaming

March 14, 2024
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Strive Gaming expands into Pennsylvania follow authorization from the PGCB.

Supplier Strive Gaming’s iGaming and Sports Wagering Manufacturer License has been approved by the Gaming Control Board in Pennsylvania.  

Strive Gaming has extended its operations into the Keystone State in an expansive move that seeks to extend its portfolio into another North American state market. The company will now bring its Player Account Management (PAM) platform to Pennsylvania, following the recent announcement of a funding round led by OpenBet. A portion of the subsequent funds will be utilized to help secure licenses in strategically selected casino states over the course of 2024.  

Max Meltzer, Strive Gaming COO said, “We are thrilled to receive the Interim Authorization for iGaming and Sports Wagering Manufacturer License in Pennsylvania. This milestone follows our Michigan State License a few months ago and continues to reflect our dedication to regulatory compliance and our ongoing efforts to deliver a best-in-class iGaming and sports betting PAM solution. We look forward to contributing to the vibrant digital landscape of Pennsylvania and providing our award-winning technology to the state.” 

After attaining its ISO 27001 certification license in Michigan, Strive Gaming took less than a week to announce its first collaboration in the state, partnering with Four Winds to power its online gaming services in Michigan. Strive Gaming now provides its technology, customer services, bonusing tools, and app to the online casino and sportsbook operator.  

Since naming Tommaso Di Chio as Chief Legal and Compliance Officer in October 2023, Strive Gaming has seen expansion into Michigan and now Pennsylvania. It will be hoping to replicate the fast start it made with the Four Winds partnership in Michigan on its latest venture into the Pennsylvanian market.  


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