Spin Games Granted Pennsylvania Conditional iGaming Manufacturer LicensePosted on June 13, 2019
License Enables Company to Offer its I-Gaming Products to its Existing Pennsylvania Customers
RENO, NV — (Marketwire – Thursday, June 13, 2019) Spin Games LLC, a leader in Remote Gaming Server technology and interactive content, announced today that the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has granted the Company an Conditional Interactive Gaming Manufacturerlicense enabling Spin to deploy its proprietary and third-party i-Gaming content built upon the ROC? Remote Gaming Server (RGS) platform across licensed operator sites within the state. Offering bricks and mortar-based gaming since late 2006, Pennsylvania’s legislature approved a bill allowing online casino gambling in October 2017, with the first online offerings expected to go live on July 15 of this year. The state’s 12 casinos generated a record $309 million in gaming revenue in March 2019, and to date nine operators have applied for licenses to offer i-Gaming products to their players, with three casinos successfully being awarded i-Gaminglicenses. Pennsylvania is the fourth US state to legalize online gaming.
“We are delighted to receive our Pennsylvania i-Gaming conditional license,” commented Kent Young, Spin Games’ Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. “This important regulatory approval enables us to provide our existing Pennsylvania customers with our award-winning content immediately when the first online wagers are accepted this summer, and it also represents another key regulatory approval for our Company. As casino operators throughout the Keystone state expand their offerings with interactive online content, we are proud to be able to support their efforts.”