Aspire Global-owned game aggregator Pariplay has expanded its presence in the US by sealing an interim iGaming supplier license in the state of West Virginia.
Under the license, awarded by the West Virginia Lottery Commission, Pariplay will be able to sign deals to provide its suite of gaming content to casino operators in the state.
Pariplay will be able to provide its portfolio of casino games, including titles like Kings Of The Trident Deluxe, Dragons of the North Deluxe, Mystery Fox, Wolf Riches and Stallion Fortunes. Operators will also gain access to thousands of games that are available through Pariplay’s Fusion aggregation platform.
West Virginia is the second US state to grant Pariplay a licence, following the company’s approval in New Jersey last year. Pariplay secured a foothold in the US market through an agreement with 888casino in New Jersey back in November 2019.
“Being approved by the West Virginia Lottery Commission to offer our high-quality games to players in the market is a very exciting move for Pariplay, as we see much potential not only in this state but in the US market as a whole,” Pariplay managing director Adrian Bailey said.
Pariplay said that the latest development underlined the game aggregator’s ongoing efforts to expand its global footprint across regulated markets as part of its 2021 growth strategy.
In Aspire Global’s most recent half-yearly financial report, the company confirmed that Pariplay had signed content deals with the likes of BetVictor and Caliente.mx, Mexico’s largest sportsbook and gaming operator, in the first half of 2020, while its games were also certified in Switzerland.