Online gaming solutions provider NetEnt is aiming to follow up on its success in New Jersey, by going live with DFS and sportsbook operator DraftKings in Pennsylvania and  West Virginia.

The firm announced this week that it has strengthened its existing agreement with DraftKings and will be going live with the operator’s growing online casino in Pennsylvania in the near future. In addition, NetEnt has signed an agreement to launch its games with DraftKings in West Virginia, with the ability to expand into new jurisdictions upon a successful launch.

DraftKings’ players in the states will soon be able to play popular titles such as Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest and Divine Fortune, as well as a variety of NetEnt’s table games.

In a statement, NetEnt said that it has become the top supplier in Pennsylvania and New Jersey since its entry in July last year. “This latest integration and agreements signed with DraftKings further establishes its market-leading reputation as more states look to legalize online gaming,” it noted.

Brian Kraft, NetEnt Vice President Commercial, Americas, commented: “DraftKings’ size and market presence make this launch one of the most significant to date. We’re proud to expand our relationship with such a well-known operator and look forward to continuing the success that we’ve achieved together so far. We are thrilled to have such a renowned operator on board as we enter new jurisdictions.”