While quickly expanding across the US online gambling market, Red Rake Gaming has secured a license to launch its online casino games in Pennsylvania.
As the company’s press release announced, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board granted the supplier a license, allowing it to offer “player-focused content” in the state.
Pennsylvania marks Red Rake’s first entry into the US, with multiple additional states in the final stages of approval.
Pennsylvania is a major milestone for Red Rake Gaming
Entering Pennsylvania online casinos marks a significant step for Red Rake Gaming, as the supplier has been active in numerous states with its social casino offerings. Red Rake has been present in some of the largest social casinos in the US.
Red Rake has been preparing to enter the US market for a while now. It has, therefore, created some exciting games to prove valuable to local operators. Upon entering Pennsylvania, Red Rake Gaming will deliver its top-performing games from its collection, including:
- The global hit Super Series games
- Million Mays to Win
Nick Barr, Managing Director (Malta) for Red Rake Gaming states, said in the company’s press release:
“We could not be more thrilled to have been approved for operating in PA and already have seen a huge demand from operators for our content across the state. We are equally delighted to now be able to offer the players who have enjoyed our social games over the years to have the ability to play with real money in Pennsylvania.
We are extremely confident about the US and the integral part it will play in Red Rake Gaming’s continued growth.”
The developer also live in Europe and is licensed by the UK Gaming Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. More precisely, Red Rake is active in over 20 regulated markets. The most recent market entries are:
Pennsylvania is one of the most important US markets for online casinos
Since Governor Tom Wolf signed HB 271 legalizing online gambling, Pennsylvania has been an attractive market for operators and gaming suppliers.
As reported by the PGCB, online casino operators generated $157.1 million in revenue in July this year. That figure marks the first time revenue dropped below $160 million since November last year. Although, it still surpassed New Jersey’s $155.2 million.
July revenue number also shows a 27% annual increase compared to $123.2 million from a year ago. Ten online casinos in PA won $132.9 million in revenue. Although the number is a 19% monthly drop from the $164.3 million generated in June, the Pennsylvania online casino market continues to bloom.
When Golden Nugget Casino launched in August, it was the 21st app in the Commonwealth, giving Red Rake Gaming and other gaming developers plentiful options for future partnerships.