Stakelogic has secured a supplier licence from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The traditional fruit machines and classic slots from Stakelogic will assist online casino operators in the state in offering players games that are like those found on the gaming floors in land-based casinos.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic, said: “Our slots have topped the charts in markets across Europe and beyond, so we are incredibly excited to see them launch in the state of Pennsylvania. This is one of the most successful iGaming states with a growing and maturing market where players are now seeking more feature-rich games.”
The Swedish regulatory body, Spelinspektionen, recently granted Stakelogic a licence.
This would let it continue offering its classic and video slots to operators in the sector.
Operators in Sweden can now play Multi6Player, Big Runner Deluxe and Multi4Player on Stakelogic classic slots thanks to the clearance of Stakelogic Live’s premium live content.
Van den Oetelaar said: “Sweden is an important market for us, and we are thrilled to be among the first to secure a supplier licence for both Stakelogic and Stakelogic Live.”
Furthermore, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported in February that total gambling revenue for January 2023, which includes fantasy sports competitions, was $464.5m, an increase of 18% from the previous year.
Total revenue of $202.2m was generated by retail slot machines in January, up 20% from the prior year.
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