Gambling.com Group is aiming to “empower American online slot players” after launching its SlotSource.com resource, promising comprehensive reviews of more than 150 online slots.
As the country’s regulated igaming market continues to undergo expansion on a countrywide basis, the company asserts that players need access to resources to help them locate online casinos that have their favourite online slots as well as advice on which are fair, reputable, legal and licensed in their state.
SlotSource.com aims to organise an ever expanding array of games, slots and casinos into one offering on state-by-state availability, with exclusive co-operations also in place alongside online gaming companies licensed in the US.
Furthermore, In addition to real-money slot reviews, fully-featured free-to-play slots and bonus comparisons, SlotSource.com offers resources to help players safely manage deposits and withdrawals from a variety of payment providers including PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, Play+ and more.
“As states like Pennsylvania and New Jersey see record growth in online casino revenue, new players need resources like SlotSource.com to navigate the growing universe of games and options and stay on the right side of the divide between regulated and offshore providers,” noted Charles Gillespie, chief executive of Gambling.com Group.
The company emphasises that “slots are the most popular casino game both at brick-and-mortar casinos and online,” with the latter experiencing “tremendous growth”.
Slots are the most popular casino game both at brick-and-mortar casinos and online, however it is said that online slots in particular are experiencing tremendous growth. For May 2020, online slots handle in Pennsylvania surpassed the $1bn mark for the first time, representing a month-on-month increase of 40 per cent.
The milestone is lauded as “particularly significant” due to the rapid growth witnessed in April, where online slots handle hit more than $757m, up 96 per cent from March 2020. Online slots have generated more than $83m in local and state tax revenue for the Keystone State since launching in July 2019, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Currently, online casino play is regulated and available for players in Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Michigan has also regulated the market and is expected to go live later in 2020 or in early 2021. More states are expected to consider online casino expansion as a way to maintain gaming related tax revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic.