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This week it was revealed that Inspired Entertainment has obtained a gaming license by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, and will now be able to provide its slot machines to licensed operators in the state.
The licensing puts Inspired on track to begin offering its games this summer. Inspired didn't give a list of casinos they're planning to work with, but the company did note that they're planning to work with multiple sites and will have several different games ready at launch.
Regarding the licensing Inspired Entertainment president Brooks Pierce said, "Pennsylvania is one of the largest igaming states in North America and we are excited to add it to our North American geographies, which already includes New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, Quebec and Ontario.
"Many of the licensed online operators in Pennsylvania are already Inspired customers in other jurisdictions, which should allow for us to launch our top-performing content quickly and seamlessly into the market.
"With the growing popularity of our content, increased brand awareness and rapid speed to market, we are confident we are well-positioned to capitalise on this opportunity."
The news comes shortly after Inspired published its first-quarter financials for the year, noting that revenue shot up 165.8% for the period, returning the company to profitability after struggling during the pandemic.