Nevada-based casino content provider Spin Games has been awarded a conditional igaming manufacturer license by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).
The license enables Spin to provide existing Pennsylvania customers with its suite of igaming software and solutions.
This will see Spin roll out its proprietary content and third-party games hosted on its ROC Remote Gaming Server (RGS) platform to licensed operators.
“We are delighted to receive our Pennsylvania igaming conditional license,” Spin Games chief executive and chairman Kent Young said.
“This important regulatory approval enables us to provide our existing Pennsylvania customers with our award-winning content immediately when the first online wagers are accepted this summer, and it also represents another key regulatory approval for our company.
“As casino operators throughout the Keystone state expand their offerings with interactive online content, we are proud to be able to support their efforts.”
To date, nine of the state’s 12 bricks-and-mortar casinos have applied for approval to launch igaming. The PGCB has aims to open the market on July 15.
NetEnt has also secured a conditional supplier license in the state.