Supremeland Gaming Receives License to Enter Pennsylvania

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The state of Pennsylvania has granted Supremeland Gaming Interim Authorization, giving the company the ability to enter the US market for the first time.

It means that players from the state will soon be able to enjoy the studio’s output, which includes slots such as Munition Mine, Red Panda Rising, and Wild Quad Squad. The games are characterized by their extremely detailed graphics and extensive features, ensuring that they are highly engaging and the company has said that it is set to launch many more titles in the coming months.

A Major Company Milestone

Supremeland Gaming’s Executive Chairman, Johan Apel, explained how the approval in Pennsylvania is not just a milestone but testament to the company’s “commitment to innovation and the limitless possibilities that lie ahead.” He added that they are looking forward to “creating immersive experiences that resonate within this new American base.”

The news was also welcomed by the company’s CEO Rickard Öhrn.

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.

Rickard ÖhrnSupremeland Gaming CEO

A Time of Growth in Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvanian gaming industry is going from strength to strength and recently the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) reported a record revenue of $5.7 billion for 2023. The news of Supremeland Gaming’s approval came on the same day that it was revealed that a total of $71.5 million was bet on the Super Bowl in Pennsylvania.

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