The interactive gaming manufacturer licence allows Inspired to offer its online games to licensed operators in the US state.
Inspired said it expects its interactive content to launch in Pennsylvania this summer, with multiple titles to be rolled out for operators.
“Pennsylvania is one of the largest igaming states in North America and we are excited to add it to our North American geographies, which already includes New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, Quebec and Ontario,” Inspired president and chief operating officer Brooks Pierce said.
“Many of the licensed online operators in Pennsylvania are already Inspired customers in other jurisdictions, which should allow for us to launch our top-performing content quickly and seamlessly into the market.
“With the growing popularity of our content, increased brand awareness and rapid speed to market, we are confident we are well-positioned to capitalise on this opportunity.”
The new licence comes after Inspired earlier this month revealed that it was able to return to profit in Q1 2021, as growth across all verticals meant revenue increased by 165.8%.