Pariplay has been granted an Interim iGaming Supplier License for the state of West Virginia. The reception of this license marks Pariplay’s entrance into a second US state, following its approval for a license with the New Jersey DGE last year. The interim license will enable Pariplay to sign deals with casino operators in West Virginia and provide its industry-leading suite of gaming content to more players in the expanding US market.
Since the repeal of PASPA in 2018, the United States has proven itself to be a major developing market in the global iGaming space, with the near-immediate uptake gambling received in each state that legalised it. To date, 26 states have either legalised sports betting or have passed a bill to legalise it, including West Virginia. The state has shown immense potential, reporting impressive month-on-month revenue increases, and reporting a massive $44,875,101 in revenue since it has opened its borders to online betting, according to the West Virginia Lottery Commission.
This latest development in the United States is Pariplay’s latest move in its 2021 expansion strategy, and a clear demonstration of Pariplay’s ongoing efforts to extend its global footprint across all regulated markets. By entering into partnerships with a new base of operators in West Virginia, Pariplay will be able to provide its renowned portfolio of hundreds of casino games, including hit titles like Kings Of The Trident Deluxe, Dragons of the North Deluxe, Mystery Fox, Wolf Riches and Stallion Fortunes. In addition to Pariplay’s innovative gaming catalogue, operators in West Virginia will also gain access to thousands of games from leading suppliers that are available through Pariplay’s Fusion aggregation platform.
Adrian Bailey, Managing Director of Pariplay, said: “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. We think our suite of games will resonate well with the players in this state and we look forward to begin building partnerships with operators in West Virginia and beyond as we continue to expand into more regulated markets.”