Galaxy Gaming is set to expand its service offering in Nevada after acquiring a new licence in the US state.
The company has been granted a non-restricted licence as a manufacturer and distributor of gaming products in Nevada, which remains only one of three states in the US to have legalised online gaming, along with New Jersey and Delaware.
The Nevada Gaming Control Commission awarded the new licence and approval to Galaxy.
Todd Cravens, president and chief executive of Galaxy, said: “The positive response from Nevada customers to our product offerings has been overwhelming, and we anticipate to start product field trials in the next several weeks.”
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