Strive Gaming has detailed the receipt of its maiden US licence, after the igaming platform business gained certification to enter the state of Colorado.

The supplier received a unanimous vote from the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission, which saw the business awarded a temporary vendor major license.

This follows the group outlining its roadmap for entering the North American market earlier in the year, as it vowed to solve the many challenges faced by modern day US operators via catering to multi-state requirements.

Alongside achieving licence approval to enter its first US state, Strive Gaming asserts that it expects more to be received and announced in the coming weeks.

The company had previously revealed the business was going through multiple US state licensing approvals and was part of a New York state mobile wagering bid.

Damian Xuereb, president and CCO of Strive Gaming, added: “We have fantastic momentum at the moment, overdelivering on every single promise we’ve made internally and externally. 

“Our Colorado license is a great and first step toward becoming licensed in many more states and it is a clear message to the market that Strive Gaming is exceptionally ready and open for business in the US and Canada.”

Last month, Strive Gaming announced that it had enhanced its footing in the US market further still, after achieving GLI-33 certification from the Gaming Laboratories International.

The firm noted that the accreditation is “widely accepted as being foundationally imperative” as a technology and integrity standard from a compliance perspective in various US states, with several markets refusing participation without certification.