September 15, 2023
Play’n GO, a Swedish iGaming giant, has secured another license in the United States. This time, the company has received accreditation from the West Virginia Lottery Commission to launch its casino games in the Mountain State.
Following the accreditation, Play’n GO will go live in the state with one of the leading mobile casino apps. The statement says the company will launch classic games, including:
Play’n GO also plans to roll out its top-performing 2023 releases, including Gerard’s Gambit, a highly volatile video slot with rewarding features like Bonus Scatters, Free Spin Scatters, and Re-Spins. West Virginia players can also enjoy the developer’s latest Ancient Egyptian-themed release, Scales of Dead, a 5x3 slot with a top reward of 20,000x the stake.
West Virginia is now the fourth jurisdiction in the United States for the developer to launch its games on leading mobile casinos. In February, the developer secured a Connecticut license to launch its games in the Constitution State. Late last year, the company was approved in Michigan and New Jersey.
Commenting on the new accreditation, Play’n GO’s Magnus Natt och Dag, Commercial Director North America, said the software developer is thrilled to deliver its game catalog to gamers in West Virginia. He expressed confidence that casino players in the stake will like engaging with the company’s content.
“Play’n GO prides itself on producing games that engage players and keep them coming back for more, and we’re sure that we will replicate our success here in West Virginia too. Success in a sustainable, regulated industry has always been Play’n GO’s primary focus, and we can’t wait to get started in West Virginia.”
At the same time, Play’n GO announced a continuation of its 10-year relationship with Växjö Lakers as the title sponsor. Interestingly, the Swedish iGaming provider traces its roots in Växjö, with the local team crowned the Swedish champs last season.