Supremeland Gaming breaks into U.S. market as it receives approval from Pennsylvania

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Online slot technology company Supremeland Gaming has broken into the US market as it has received approval to operate in Pennsylvania.

The Swedish-American firm has received interim authorization from the Keystone state, which is the company’s first gaming approval in the US. 

According to Supremeland Gaming, this marks a significant milestone in the company’s expansion strategy and propels it into a new era of opportunities and growth on the global stage. The operator is now set to unveil multiple titles designed by its in-house design studio, Powderkeg.

“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, said Rickard Öhrn, CEO of Supremeland Gaming. “This is a momentous occasion for Supremeland, and we are eager to contribute to the vibrant gaming culture in Pennsylvania and beyond.”

Supremeland positions itself as an igaming challenger with a focus on the emerging US market. Approval to operate in Pennsylvania means that it will now be able to supply its product to igaming operators in the state.

“Securing our first US gaming approval in Pennsylvania marks not just a milestone, but a testament to our commitment to innovation and the limitless possibilities that lie ahead,” said Johan Apel, Executive Chairman of Supremeland. “With the Keystone State as our gaming canvas, we eagerly anticipate transforming the landscape, pushing boundaries, and creating immersive experiences that resonate within this new American base.”

In the past, Supremeland agreed a remote gaming server partnership with Everymatrix which saw the firm’s portfolio of slot games be made available to SlotMatrix’s range of partners.