The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has granted an interactive gaming manufacturer license to aggregator and content provider Pariplay.
The license is the fourth obtained by NeoGames subsidiary Pariplay, following market access in Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia.
“We pride ourselves on working extremely hard to study the regulations and compliance in order to enter markets swiftly and seamlessly,” said Pariplay Head of Compliance Lawrence Hanlin.
“We are delighted to have received this license, which will enable us to provide a wide range of locally appealing content to our operator partners and their players.”
Pariplay will offer content from its Wizard Games in-house studio as well as a variety of aggregated third-party games on its Fusion platform through the Pennsylvania license.
MD Pariplay “We constantly strive to expand in key markets, and Pennsylvania is one of the major emerging territories in the United States,” Adrian Bailey said.
“Receiving our fourth license in the United States is a significant milestone for us, and we are eager to expand commercially in our newest market.” It has a lot of potential for both Pariplay and our future partners.”
Caleta Gaming was added to Pariplay’s roster of Ignite partners earlier this month, giving Caleta access to all regulated markets in which Pariplay operates.
Caleta can also use Pariplay’s global distribution network and create games using the Pariplay turnkey development framework, with game launches supported by a comprehensive suite of engagement solutions.