Online operator giant NetEnt has stated that it wants to start offering online casino games to Pennsylvania after the launch of regulated Internet wagering in the US state. This comes not long after they confirmed that they had applied to the local regulator for a supplier licence.
NetEnt explained recently that they have filed for a licensing application from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to start providing both slot and table-based games, Erik Nyman, NetEnt Americas’ managing director told reporters that after having found success in the New Jersey Market, they believe that they will find further success in Pennsylvania.
Nyman went on to state that they plan to launch a mix of video slots, jackpot and table games and other unique features, such as free spins, which have been appreciated by their current customers. They hope to be live as soon as the market in Pennsylvania opens.
Pennsylvania regulators approved a bill to start allowing online casino gambling almost a year ago, and the state has since been processing a number of licences for slots, table games, as well as poker.
With 11 of the state’s 13 casinos already having applied for gaming licences, the PGCB is currently offering seven licences out of the initial 39 that are available for out-of-state operators. The window for applications is set to close between October 15-31.
The PGCB has stated that they are planning a co-ordinated launch of online gambling in the state toward the end of the year.
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