Aruze Gaming Europe on Wednesday announced it has been approved by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s Bureau of Gaming Laboratory Operations to offer its igaming solutions in the commonwealth. Pennsylvania becomes the second state, after New Jersey, that has approved Aruze’s igaming operation.
“This approval is the next step in our overall business plan to bring the fun of the casino experience to anyone, any time,” said Aruze Vice President of iGaming Kurt Hansen in a statement. “Not everyone who loves gambling has the luxury of a casino being down the street from them, and that’s where we come in. While players will still travel to search out the lights and sounds of the casino floor, Pennsylvanians will now also have the option of playing right at home.”
The announcement comes on the heels of the company’s approval for operation in Malta. The developer of gaming entertainment solutions for the global casino market is also targeting a February launch of igaming solutions in the U.K.