Up until 14th March, the players residing in Pennsylvania were deprived of some of the most amazing games available to online players. NetEnt, one of the largest software solutions and games providers to online casino was prohibited to provide it's games to the highly regulated market in Pennsylvania. However, a bill that was passed and approved by the State Legislature on 1st October changed this scenario for good.
Cut to 14th March 2019, the US subsidiary of NetEnt, known by the name of NetEnt Americas LLC has finally been granted the permission to render services in the state of Pennsylvania. The Interactive Gaming Manufacturer Conditional License as granted by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) enabled NetEnt to become one of the very few software providers who managed to pass through their stringent guidelines.
The fifth most populated state in America, Pennsylvania became the 2nd state to provide and allow unmatchable online gaming services to the players residing in the state. Additionally, this state is also known to have a large base of land based gambling traditions. Talking specifically about NetEnt, the software developer has already joined hands with multiple casino operators via which it plans to launch all its games once the market opens. A formal or official date, however, is yet to be announced by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
NetEnt is a name synonymous to provide quality gaming content to online casino operators worldwide. Ever since it's launch in the year 1996, there has been no turning back for this software company. Testimony to this fact is how NetEnt is one of the few select software providers to be chosen in the first round of service providers and henceforth granted a license to provide online gambling services. A trailblazer, NetEnt has left no stone unturned to provide high quality games that speak for themselves. Employing cutting edge and latest technologies, all the games powered by this software run seamlessly on a host of devices including iOS, Android and Windows operating systems.
Having planned to go live with their gaming products as soon as the Pennsylvania market opens, seems to have materialized as told by Erik Nyman, the Managing Director NetEnt Americas LLC. According to him, it's a huge leap towards favorable development and they couldn't have been more pleased to be included as one of the few approved vendors to conduct online gaming in a state that had previously forbidden online gambling.