Spin Games Granted PA iGaming License

Spin Games has been granted an interactive gaming manufacturer license in Pennsylvania, and has gone live with its first remote game server installation at the Parx Casino. CEO Kent Young (l.) says the approval expands the company’s North American footprint.

Reno-based Spin Games LLC, a leader in remote gaming server technology and interactive content, announced that the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved the company’s Interactive Gaming Manufacturer License, enabling Spin to deploy iGaming content built upon its ROC remote gaming server (RGS) platform across licensed operator sites within the state.

Offering online gaming since July 15, 2019, the state’s nine iGaming operators generated gross revenue of $43 million in April 2020, a 73 percent increase over the prior month.

After receiving the gaming board’s approval on June 10, Spin successfully launched its ROC platform and numerous iGaming titles on Parx Casino’s real-money online platform pa.parxcasin.com on Friday, June 12. The company is currently working with its other Pennsylvania customers on additional product installations and launches.

“We are delighted to receive our Pennsylvania Interactive Gaming Manufacturer License,” commented Kent Young, Spin Games’ chief executive officer and chairman. “This important regulatory approval expands our North America iGaming footprint by enabling us to deploy our award-winning content throughout the state’s online sites, and we are proud to have successfully launched our products on parxcasino.com. We look forward to working with Parx and our other customers throughout Pennsylvania to identify new game titles that will appeal to their players and help them grow their respective online businesses.”