Issued by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the Interactive Gaming Manufacturer License will permit Gaming Realms to roll out its content in the state.
The licence marks Gaming Realms’ third such approval in the US, with the developer also holding similar permits in New Jersey and Michigan.
Gaming Realms’ executive chairman Michael Buckley said plans are in place to expand its presence in the US further, with the developer now eyeing licences in other states.
“We are now licenced in the three largest states for igaming and look forward to more states regulating in the future,” Buckley said.
“We have signed a number of multi-state deals and direct integration agreements with some of the largest operators in the US, giving an excellent opportunity to capitalise on the expansion of the exciting US igaming market.”