Gaming Innovation Group is set to bring its gaming manufacturer services to the Keystone State, following receipt of an interim certification from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Under the terms of the approval, GiG can now offer its player account management services to another US region, as well as its developing sportsbook.
With over four years of US experience, GiG’s latest American endeavour adds to a list of 26 regulated markets around the world, with the company suggesting that they have another nine locations “in the pipeline”.
Claudio Caruana, General Counsel for GiG, stated: “The addition of a Pennsylvania authorisation to our ever expanding list of supported markets is testament of the focus that GiG has placed on regulated markets, which we strongly believe underpins sustainable and prosperous growth within the online igaming industry.”
GiG offers player account management solutions to its affiliate brands, including both new challengers and established companies.
The group’s technology aims to help operators evolve as they enter new markets using “nimble technology, built around easy configuration and event driven architecture”.
Caruana added:“Pennsylvania will play a key role in our plans for expansion in North America, and we are delighted to power our partners with our award winning technology in the region”.
Statistics recorded in August by the PGCB saw an increase in igaming revenue for the state, with an uptick of 11 per cent year on year to $98.6m (£85.4m).