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Supremeland Gaming Gets Regulatory Approval In Third Online Casino State

Written By J.R. Duren on March 15, 2024 - Last Updated on March 18, 2024
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Supremeland Gaming is putting together one hell of a run in the United States.

The Swedish iGaming supplier announced it gained interim license approval in West Virginia, capping a four-week period in which it also earned licenses in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In a Supremeland Gaming news release CEO Rickard Öhrn said:

“The acquisition of our interim Supplier License in West Virginia is a pivotal step in our journey, reflecting on our dedication to delivering innovative experiences to a broader audience. As we expand our footprint, our commitment to excellence remains unwavering, and we look forward to contributing to the vibrant gaming landscape in the Mountain State.”

West Virginia approval puts Supremeland in three of seven online casino states

Supremeland’s West Virginia licensure allows it to provide games to WV online casino operators. The company currently has four online slots:

  • Red Panda Rising
  • Munition Mine
  • Wild Quad Squad
  • Die Pinata Die

There are 10 online casinos in the state, including big names like FanDuel Casino and DraftKings Casino:

  • BetMGM Casino
  • Golden Nugget Casino
  • Barstool Casino
  • PointsBet Casino
  • BetRivers Casino
  • Caesars Palace Casino
  • Betly Casino

Supremeland hasn’t said which operators it will work with.

Where West Virginia stands among US online casino states

West Virginia is one of seven states in which real-money online casinos are available and legal to play. Revenue-wise, it’s on the lower end of the spectrum. The state’s iGaming sites generated $15.9 million in revenue in December 2023, whereas New Jersey and Pennsylvania brought in a combined $384.5 million.

So, while West Virginia isn’t the country’s most lucrative online casino market, Supremeland’s participation in NJ and Pennsylvania markets will likely anchor the company’s revenue.

What’s ahead for Supremeland?

Over the next two months, we should see Supremeland move on deals with West Virginia online casino operators. Additionally, the company will likely pursue licensing in other states with online casinos.

Michigan is a prime target, as it typically posts the second-most monthly iGaming revenue in the US behind Pennsylvania.

Connecticut could also be a target for Supremeland. The state brings in a little more monthly revenue than West Virginia does.

As for Supremeland’s small library of games, the company said in February that its in-house design studio, Powderkeg, will “unveil multiple explosive titles in the coming months.”

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J.R. Duren has covered the gambling beats for more than a dozen states for Catena Media since 2015. His past reporting experience includes two years at the Villages Daily Sun, and he is a first-place winner at the Florida Press Club Excellence in Journalism Contest.

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