PlayLive! Pennsylvania Adds NetEnt Games

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Pennsylvania online casino PlayLive! has announced that they've added NetEnt titles to their library, expanding the number of online slots and table games that they can offer to their customers.

The casino is adding all online casino games that have been sanctioned by the state of Pennsylvania, including big games like Gonzo's Quest and Starburst. The PlayLive! site is powered by GAN and is run by Cordish Gaming Group. It launched in August and services punters aged 21 or older who are physically located within the borders of the Keystone State. The games are playable on desktop and mobile devices, and sees NetEnt expanding their American reach.

Commenting on the launch PlayLive! VP of Marketing Brian Uran said, "As one of the first suppliers to go-live in Pennsylvania, NetEnt's portfolio is must-have for any operator looking to compete in the online sector. Partnering with them was a priority for the launch of PlayLive!"

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13 October 2020 - 12:53pm
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We're starting to see more spread of NetEnt and Evolution titles in the states. I think we're set to get them here in Michigan as soon as iGaming launches here officially.

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16 October 2020 - 5:23am
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Wow, this is a big change for US players, congratulations.
I just tried to register in this casino from curiosity, but they only accept US players 🙂