High 5 Games achieves ‘priority’ Pennsylvania igaming license

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High 5 Games has attained its ‘top priority’ in the North American market after receiving an igaming license to operate in Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board awarded the slot maker an Interactive Gaming Manufacturer License, allowing the firm to launch in the Keystone State imminently. 

Under its current plans, High 5 will launch in Pennsylvania this month where it will begin to offer its games to providers. 

The license covers 12 of High 5’s titles with more set to be included in the coming months. Players in Pennsylvania will therefore gain access to titles such as Secrets of the Forest, Dangerous Beauty, Golden Knight, and Midnight Eclipse.

Tony Singer, CEO and founder of High 5 Games, commented: “Over a year ago, we developed a plan to invest in North America, expand into every major market, and significantly grow our footprint across the continent. 

“As one of the biggest iGaming markets in the United States, Pennsylvania has always been our top priority and we’ve been working diligently to bring our brand of entertainment to players there. With our Pennsylvania license, we’re ready to go.” 
High 5 has a strong presence in the North American igaming markets, with the slot maker already live in jurisdictions such as New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, Ontario, and Quebec.