Play’n GO Secures Market Access into Pennsylvania

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Play’n GO has been granted a supplier license by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, allowing it to offer its content portfolio in the state.

Coincidentally, the provider has also received market approval in Delaware, bringing its total number of licenses in the USA to six. The Swedish developer is licensed and operational in New Jersey, Michigan, West Virginia, and Connecticut.

The latest market signifies Play’n GO’s commitment to strengthening its foothold in the United States and North American gaming markets. It looks to replicate its success in Canada, particularly Ontario -where it was one of the first licensed suppliers – in its new markets in the US.

Despite being relatively new in America, Play’n GO games like Piggy Blitz have consistently ranked among the top 15 most popular titles in North America.

Play’n GO plans to boost its content offering with over 50 new slot titles this year. The games would be made available to operators and players in over 25 regulated jurisdictions where the provider is active.

Play’n GO content is the most conducive to player retention across the industry. With player acquisition costs sky high in the US, we’re pleased to be able to offer operators in Pennsylvania access to our content which will keep players coming back for more. We are determined to be the number one casino gaming supplier in every regulated market in the world, and given that we are thriving in more than 25 jurisdictions around the world where we have a licence, we fully expect a similar success story in Pennsylvania in the coming years.

Magnus OlssonChief Commercial Officer at Play’n GO

US iGaming Revenue Exceeds $6bn

Seven jurisdictions currently legalize online gaming in the United States, and Play’n GO has now secured market access for all except Nevada, where only online poker is allowed. In 2023, iGaming revenue from the six states topped $6.17 billion, a 22.9% rise year-on-year.

Of the total, New Jersey and Michigan contributed $1.92 billion each. However, the latter overtook New Jersey with $115,000 to become the largest online gaming market in the US.

Pennsylvania was third, with an annual revenue of $1.74 billion. Delaware officially launched its iGaming and sports betting market in January after a soft launch on 27 December 2023. The state recorded $3.4 million in net profits from iGaming in January. Play’n GO will be competing against several online supplier giants in the lucrative Pennsylvania and Delaware markets like IGT, NetEnt, Scientific Games, Evolution Gaming, and Rush Street Interactive.

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