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American betting brand DraftKings has announced that they've brought NetEnt games to their online casinos in the states of West Virginia and Pennsylvania, expanding the reach of the Swedish group in the United States.
The developer's slots and games will now be on offer in both states, which have legalized and regulated online betting. NetEnt has been working with DraftKings in New Jersey since last year, and the two have a working agreement in place that will see them working in new states as they open up. A prime candidate for future expansion is Michigan, which is preparing to begin allowing for online casino and sportsbetting action.
Commenting on the deal NetEnt VP of Commercial, Americas Brian Kraft said, "DraftKings' size and market presence make this launch one of the most significant to date. We're proud to expand our relationship with such a well-known operator and look forward to continuing the success that we've achieved together so far. We are thrilled to have such a renowned operator on board as we enter new jurisdictions."