NetEnt Expand in Pennsylvania Market
NetEnt has launched new online content through a new deal with Wind Creek Casino
NetEnt is one of the most highly rated online casino games suppliers in the world. It has started to expand its operations in the US market as more states soften their approach and begin to introduce online legalized betting. Earlier this week, it was revealed that NetEnt had launched online content in Pennsylvania via a deal with Wind Creek Casino. The Wind Creek online casino website went live in July and became the tenth iGaming site to launch in the Keystone State.
New Partnership Emerges
NetEnt and Wind Creek inked a deal that will see the supplier provide its popular games for gaming enthusiasts in Pennsylvania. The Wind Creek online casino will offer some of the most prominent slots’ titles, such as Gonzo’s Quest and Divine Fortune.
Progressive slot titles such as Divine Fortune draw players in as it provides enormous jackpot prizes on a regular basis. Players can win sums up to six figures, and however unlikely there is that one chance, you could walk away with some significant winnings.
This is a significant milestone for NetEnt, as it helps increase their market share. The supplier made its initial steps into Pennsylvania last year and has continued to grow since. The company received a conditional license from the state Gaming Control Board in the first quarter of last year. This was a wise move as when online casinos began going live in July, NetEnt was already licensed and ready to provide content.
NetEnt commented that they are excited to be working in conjunction with Wind Creek and its online casino site. Brian Kraft, NetEnt Vice President Commercial, Americas, said that they think this deal is a “major achievement” as they bid to help Wind Creek establish its online casino among fierce competition.
Kraft stressed that this deal highlights their reputation as a top-quality supplier in the Pennsylvania online casino market, and established brands and new operators are looking to work with them. As the Wind Creek online casino goes live, the next few months will provide us with details on what sort of impact NetEnt has had.
NetEnt Looking to Expand Across Country
It is not just the Pennsylvania market that NetEnt is looking to exploit. The company has plans to launch its content in West Virginia. The Mountain State has become one of the latest states to legalize online casino gaming, so NetEnt sees this as the perfect opportunity to launch in a new market.
NetEnt already has temporary licensing in place from gambling regulators in West Virginia, as the state prepares itself to launch online games. The first brand they will be launching with is BetMGM after they announced a deal with the gambling company last week. They have already worked together, with BetMGM offering games from NetEnt in New Jersey. Following this success, BetMGM wants to expand the partnership into West Virginia.
West Virginia, here we come! We’ve teamed up with fast-growing iGaming group betMGM in a partnership that is set to further increase the our reach in key US markets. Read full article here: https://t.co/CBNkKvnvlR#NetEnt #betMGM
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— NetEnt (@NetEntOfficial) September 18, 2020
West Virginia will become the third state to have NetEnt services available. They are quickly becoming one of the most recognizable names in the United States gaming scene, and expanding into other states will only see their brand grow.
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