NetEnt Gets Their Pennsylvania License

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Online casino game developer NetEnt has seen its American subsidiary NetEnt Americas, LLC bestowed with an Interactive Gaming Manufacturer Conditional License by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, which will allow the group to provide their internet casino titles while their full license application is pending.

The license will allow NetEnt to partner with land casinos to offer online casino games to punters located physically within the state, and will include slots, table games, and the company's live dealer titles. Pennsylvania has a large population that's comparable to New Jersey, which also has online gambling and is by far the country's most successful online betting market.

Speaking about the deal NetEnt's Erik Nyman said, "We are very pleased to be in the first round of approved vendors to conduct online gaming in Pennsylvania. This fits well with our strategy to be live with our products at the first day of market opening."

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