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American betting firm Aruze Gaming America has announced that they've been granted a Pennsylvania gaming license by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, which will allow them to offer their services to operators in the Keystone State.
The license is a Class III type, which is for gambling equipment and software. Aruze develops gaming terminals, including slot machines, video table games, and more. Aruze will now be able to deploy these cabinets throughout Pennsylvania, which has a very healthy land and online casino industry. There are 33 land casinos in Pennsylvania, with big hitters like Parx, Valley Forge, and the Mohegan Sun all offering betting services to gamblers.
Speaking about the licensing Aruze President Rob Ziems said, "We are pleased to announce the receipt of our license by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Acquiring this license marks an important milestone in our business plan and furthers our strategy to provide our clients with innovative products that ignite fun and exciting experiences for players."
No timetable for the addition of the games to casinos was available as of press time.