Australia-based slot provider Lightning Box has launched in West Virginia via its distribution partner SG Digital.
With the new deal, the supplier has rolled out two of its “most popular” slots in the Mountain State – Chicken Fox and Lightning Horseman – making them accessible to players in the area for the first time.
Peter Causley, CEO and co-founder of Lightning Box, expressed his excitement that the company had met the requirements in another regulated state, noting: “Our games have been very popular among American players in the land-based and social casino industries, and I’m pleased more and more of them are now getting to experience them in online too.
“West Virginia holds a number of significant opportunities to Lightning Box given the number of established operators in the state and we’re looking forward to partnering with them via SG Digital.”
The company’s debut in the West Virginia comes soon after its entrance to Pennsylvania in November 2020, as well as Michigan in January this year, also via SG Digital – having featured with online casinos in New Jersey via Amaya since 2014.
Steve Mayes, partnerships director, digital at Scientific Games, added: “After successful launches across the US, we are delighted to expand our content offering in West Virginia and bring our immersive experiences to players and further enhance our incredibly strong partnership with Lightning Box.”