NetEnt Apply for Pennsylvania License, with British Columbia Set for Q3!
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With the week being dominated by bonus spins on the new Archangels: Salvation slot, NetEnt also found the time to give us an update on their global expansion plans! We bring exciting news for Pennsylvania, British Columbia, Canada and Norwegian gamers especially, as huge strides have been made…
NetEnt Aim to Go Live in Pennsylvania on Launch Day
It’s been an incredible slog, full of twists and turns – but online casino is coming to Pennsylvania!
With that news now firmly digested by the iGaming community, NetEnt decided to reveal that they had applied for a Pennsylvania casino license during the first quarter of the year, with every intention to go live immediately.
The games are on track to be available for Pennsylvania players as soon as online casinos are launched!
While they did admit that every NetEnt slot wouldn’t be playable from the get-go, we’re confident it’ll be a portfolio packed with potential.
British Columbia Online Casino Players: NetEnt Will Arrive in a Matter of Months
Although they’re looking to start Pennsylvania online gambling off on the front foot, it hasn’t been as speedy for a certain Canadian province.
Close to a year ago came the announcement of NetEnt’s British Columbia, Canada license – but it’s since been dry of updates, until now…
British Columbia online casino players can expect NetEnt games in Q3 – so there’s just a few months left to wait!
With other Canadian provinces considering following in British Columbia’s footsteps, there was also the recent NetEnt agreement with Hard Rock Casino.
Formerly owned by the current US President Donald Trump, this brick-and-mortar establishment is set to open its doors again in June 2018 after a period of refurbishment – and we hope it won’t be long until their online casino platform follows suit.
It’s certainly been a rich period full of North American gains for the Swedish games studio – with gamers benefitting big time!
A NetEnt Norsk Tipping Partnership is in the Pipeline
The licensing updates were concluded with more on the deal struck with Norway’s Norsk Tipping.
The state lottery operator had earlier linked with the International Game Technology (IGT) group for online casino content, and naturally our favourite developer fit the bill.
Utilising the IGT Connect layer, a “wide range” of leading titles will be offered to Norwegian casino gamers.
Similarly to British Columbia’s initial status, the exact date of Norsk Tipping’s library growth is yet to be confirmed – although it was hinted to be in the near future.
Make sure to bookmark our NetEnt news page for more information as soon as it arrives.