Issued by Connecticut’s Department of Consumer Protection, the licence will enable Gaming Realms to supply its content to licensed operators active in the state.
DraftKings and FanDuel, both of which have multi-state deals and direct integrations with Gaming Realms, are already live in Connecticut and will now be able to roll out content from the developer.
Gaming Realms expects its Slingo content to go live in Connecticut with both DraftKings and FanDuel by the end of 2022, subject to final certifications.
Connecticut becomes the fourth state in the US to issue a licence to Gaming Realms, with the developer also approved in Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
“The company’s strategy to sign multi-state deals and direct integration agreements with some of the largest operators in the US has also put us in a stronger position for our Slingo content to go live in a shorter time frame and to capitalise on market growth as more states look to regulate igaming,” Gaming Realms’ chief executive Michael Buckley said.
“The company’s expansion outside of North America is progressing as expected, and our Slingo games have recently gone live in Italy with Lottomatica, which is that country’s largest operator.”