Greentube gains Pennsylvania regulatory nod to enter fourth state

Greentube has maintained its ambition for expansion across the US following a further licensing, with the state of Pennsylvania becoming the latest to award the igaming studio with a licence to supply its games in the region.

As a result of the regulatory nod being issued by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the online casino content supplier will look to make headway into a jurisdiction that was the third largest in terms of total igaming revenue through the past month.

Last month, the PGCB declared revenue of $476.7m, up 3.27 per cent year-on-year (April 2022: $461.6m) but down when compared to March’s $515.3m.

However, online casino games maintained an upward trend after tracking revenue of $137.21m through the 31 days, up 21.3 per cent YoY from $113.1m.

The interactive gaming manufacturer licence will enable Greentube to offer a portfolio of titles that includes the Diamond Cash and Thunder Cash series, as well as more recent releases, such as Money Maker.

Pennsylvania is the fourth US state where the company has gained a permit since January 2022, joining Connecticut, New Jersey and Michigan.

Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO at Greentube, said: “Receiving a licence to offer our market-leading content in Pennsylvania is another important milestone for Greentube as it continues to expand its presence across North America.

“We are looking forward to working alongside operators within the state to serve players with our unique brand of entertaining content.”

Greentube has long stressed an overarching ambition of complementing state entries with a strengthening of its continent creation capabilities. This has been pushed forward courtesy of a joint venture with Flamingocatz and the acquisition of US development studio Present Creative.