NeoGames subsidiary Pariplay has been granted a license from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to enter the Keystone State.
Gaining an Interactive Gaming Manufacturer License marks the fourth US state the gaming aggregator and content provider is licensed to operate in, following Michigan, West Virginia, and New Jersey.
“We continually strive to expand in key markets, and Pennsylvania is one of the major emerging territories in the United States,” explained Adrian Bailey, Managing Director at Pariplay.
“Receiving our fourth license in the US is an important landmark for us and we’re eager to expand commercially in our newest market. It is one that has great potential both for Pariplay and also our future partners.”
Following regulatory approval, Pariplay can now offer its Fusino aggregation platform to players in the Keystone State, as well as offer content from Wizard Games.
Fusion boasts global titles and localized content from over 80 vendors, offering players over 13,000 titles to choose from.
Lawrence Hanlin, Head of Compliance at Pariplay, added: “We pride ourselves on working extremely hard to study the regulations and compliance to enter markets swiftly and seamlessly, and Pennsylvania is yet another example of that.
“We’re very happy to receive this license, which will help serve our operators’ partners and their players with a huge range of locally appealing content.”