PlayStar Casino follows New Jersey market entry with Caesars deal in Pennsylvania

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Online casino brand PlayStar Casino, set to debut in New Jersey later this year, has secured market access in Pennsylvania after entering into a multi-year deal with Caesars.

The addition of Pennsylvania will, said the firm, double its total addressable market by way of population and gross gaming revenue when it launches in the state in Q2 next year, subject to regulatory approval.

The market entry will also allow PlayStar Casino to capitalize on the spill-over effect from its branding and marketing activity in the Garden State, with local campaigns also planned.

With the ink on the deal only just dry, the operator said it is “getting straight down to work and will be making its submissions to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board without delay”.

PlayStar Casino is powered by the GiG platform and has been established, said the company, to provide an online casino experience like no other to players in states across the US.

Adam Noble, Co-Founder and Chief Business Development Officer at PlayStar Casino, said: “We are thrilled to have secured market access in Pennsylvania through this multi-year deal with Caesars, allowing us to double our addressable market.

“This is the second market access deal we have secured after announcing our entry into New Jersey earlier in the year and will continue to seek such partnerships as we expand the PlayStar Casino brand.”

He added: “We are looking forward to working through the regulatory process with the Pennsylvanian Gaming Control Board (PGCB) and all going well look forward to launching to players in Pennsylvania in the first half of next year.”