iGaming growth across the US continues as record numbers of states are introducing new legislation around different iGaming services with sports betting being the most common – over 30 states have now legalized at least one form of iGaming or another, with another half dozen currently working to get legislation over the finish line. The latest success can be seen in Connecticut, as iGaming and Online Lottery solutions provider Pariplay has now expanding into its fifth state.
Pariplay was awarded both an online gaming service provider and gaming services registration exemption in Connecticut, and has also receive a license from the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation to do business on its territory – this partnership will allow for more than 14,000 games titles from over 80 providers to become available in an online platform.
Pariplay is already active in Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia, New Jersey, as well as Alberta in Canada too – in a statement the chief executive of NeoGames had said they are delighted to have gained the Connecticut license which is their fifth awarded in the US, the bold approach to entering regulated markets is something they’re very proud of an allows them to excel.
With six markets now allowing for online slot gaming and other online casino games, Pariplay makes up a sizeable name in the market by representing five of those six and helps to show how quickly the market is growing – despite some lax or slower approaches in certain states, it’s safe to say iGaming of all forms is finding its footing to grow.
It’s an exciting period of time for Connecticut based players, the launch of online casinos has been slow across the US with only limited states having made change, but the success of sports betting and the figures seen for revenue are helping to sway change – most recently has been a partnership in Indiana that has suggested up to nearly $900 million in revenue after the third year, and it’s likely Pariplay will be looking to deliver significant revenue through its own launch.
Connecticut online casino players will have plenty of games to choose from, and it’s looking increasingly likely that Pariplay will look to be one of the biggest providers in North America, as other states start to warm towards change and welcome changing legislation particularly for online casinos and iGaming, a greater number of gaming services could become available before the year is out to lead to a strengthened North American iGaming market throughout the decade.