Supremeland Gaming given green light to operate in West Virginia

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Supremeland Gaming has gained approval to operate from another U.S. iGaming state.

The online slot technology provider has announced it has received an interim Supplier License in West Virginia and will now be able to offer its services to operators in the Mountain State.

“The acquisition of our interim Supplier License in West Virginia is a pivotal step in our journey, reflecting on our dedication to delivering innovative experiences to a broader audience. As we expand our footprint, our commitment to excellence remains unwavering, and we look forward to contributing to the vibrant gaming landscape in the Mountain State,” said Supremeland Gaming CEO Rickard Öhrn

According to Supremeland, it is continuing to gain traction in the industry for its portfolio of games which underscores its commitment to push the boundaries of innovation in the igaming industry.

Titles in the Supremeland range include Red Panda Rising and Munition Mine, which are distributed through EveryMatrix.

In the last month, the Swedish-American firm announced it had gained licenses in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, which leaves Connecticut, Michigan, Delaware and Rhode Island as the U.S. iGaming states that Supremeland has yet to gain licenses for.

West Virginia set for a number of legislative changes

Last week the West Virginia Legislature passed a bill that would mean an individual can be banned from sports betting if they have “harassed or shown a harmful pattern of conduct directed at a sports official, coach, or any participants of a sporting event”.

House Bill 4700, first introduced by Delegate Shawn Fluharty, passed out of the Senate just in time for the closure of the West Virginia legislative season and is now on its way to Gov. Jim Justice’s desk.

Additionally, a second bill has also been passed that will task the West Virginia Lottery to provide “transactional data and metrics” to West Virginia University for academic purposes, including research into responsible gambling.