Supremeland Gaming enters West Virginia

March 15, 2024
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This marks the 3rd state where it has a presence in the US.

Supremeland Gaming has received approval for an interim supplier license in the state of West Virginia, as the company looks to rapidly grow throughout the country. 

With this interim license, the company is now authorized to operate in the Mountain State, as it seeks to further add to its territory portfolio. 

Supremeland only entered the US market last month, receiving an official interim authorization from the state of Pennsylvania, with the coming months set to see several titles released from its in-house studio, Powderkeg. 

Further to this, the iGaming brand also entered into the market in New Jersey, with this latest news meaning that it now has approval in three states since its game portfolio debuted in November 2023. 

Games within the Supremeland portfolio include Red Panda Rising, Munition Mine, Wild Quad Squad and Die Piñata Die. 

Supremeland Gaming CEO Rickard Öhrn said, “The acquisition of our interim supplier license in West Virginia is a pivotal step in our journey, reflecting on our dedication to delivering innovative experiences to a broader audience. As we expand our footprint, our commitment to excellence remains unwavering and we look forward to contributing to the vibrant gaming landscape in the Mountain State.” 

In other news, Internet Vikings this week entered their 24th state in the US, after receiving a license as an online gaming service provider in Connecticut. The company looks to bring its coverage nationwide. 


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