Lightning Box Goes Live in West Virginia

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Australian casino game developer Lightning Box Games has launched operations in the state of West Virginia, bringing their slot machines to operators in the jurisdiction moving forward.

The company has launched two slots, Chicken Fox and Lightning Horseman, with additional games to be added down the line. Lightning is having the games distributed using SG Digital's platform, who'll then offer them to licensed sites in the Mountain State.

For Lightning Box, this marks the fourth state that they're active in. The group has been live in New Jersey since 2014, Pennsylvania in 2020, and launched operations in Michigan in January of this year.

"Our games have been very popular among American players in the land-based and social casino industries, and I'm pleased more and more of them are now getting to experience them in online too," said Lightning Box Games CEO Peter Causley. "West Virginia holds a number of significant opportunities to Lightning Box given the number of established operators in the state and we're looking forward to partnering with them via SG Digital."

Scientific Games Digital Partnerships Director Steve Mayes also commented, noting: "After successful launches across the US we are delighted to expand our content offering in West Virginia and bring our immersive experiences to players and further enhance our incredibly strong partnership with Lightning Box."

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