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Casino game developer NetEnt has expanded in North America once again, as they announced that they've signed a content deal with Penn Online Entertainment, which is a subsidiary of Penn National.
The agreement will see NetEnt's games being offered on Penn National's online casino, which is set to be offered to players within the state of Pennsylvania. The deal includes slot machines like Double Stacks, Jumanji, Finn and the Swirly Spin, as well as table games. The move is the first in Pennsylvania for NetEnt, which recently obtained a license for the Keystone State.
"This deal marks NetEnt's first customer signing for Pennsylvania and is an important step in our growth strategy in North America," said Erik Nyman, Managing Director NetEnt Americas LLC. "I look forward to our collaboration with Penn National and believe that our entertaining online games will be much appreciated by players in Pennsylvania."
Penn Interactive Managing Director Chris Sheffield added: "We are pleased to offer NetEnt's portfolio of online games to our HollywoodCasino.com customers and look forward to partnering with NetEnt to launch online gaming in Pennsylvania."