The gaming market in the Keystone State keeps getting bigger and better. New operators are getting into the gambling market while existing companies are working on expanding their footprint further. That said, players always have a lot of great things to look forward to. The most recent additions came this week and they are every bit as good as we expected.
PointsBet Debuts Online Casino
Following the approval of the Keystone State’s gambling regulator, PointsBet’s online casino product became live in the state on Wednesday. Now, gamers in Pennsylvania have another alternative as far as online gambling is concerned. It is worth noting that the debut was a soft launch. This is meant to ensure compliance with the standards set by the gaming regulator.
According to the state laws, a two-day soft launch is necessary before the company can begin full online casino operations in the state. If everything goes according to plan, PointsBet will be able to do just that. Something similar happened when PointsBet launched its mobile sportsbook and online sports betting platform back in Pennsylvania earlier this year.
“We are quickly scaling our online casino business and looking forward to expanding and refining our suite of products throughout the year to deliver more options for our users in PointsBet online casinos.”Manjit Gombra Singh, PointsBet President of Product and Technology
Given its stellar reputation in the United States’ gambling space, it is almost guaranteed that the gambling operator will be able to meet all the stipulated requirements. Among the other markets where the operator has a strong presence are New Jersey, Ontario, and West Virginia.
Videoslots Group Makes US Debut in Pennsylvania
Videoslots Group, based in Malta, plans to introduce its Mr Vegas brand in Pennsylvania next year. The brand intends to utilize its own infrastructure while also leveraging its lucrative partnership with Caesars Entertainment.
Pennsylvania is a great place to start. But the operator also has its sights set on more markets in the United States. Fortunately, additional states continue to regulate casino product offerings. Caesars Entertainment and the Videoslots Group aim to expand their offering across the country
The move, according to Videoslots CEO Alexander Stevendahl, is an exciting chance for the company to engage with US players for the first time in the booming sector. It further represents a unique growth proposition that will have a key bearing on its revenue in the years following its debut.