Aruze Gaming Global granted approvals, licenses, by 14 tribes, three states

February 20, 2024 8:08 PM
Photo: G2E 2021/CDC Gaming Reports
  • Rege Behe, CDC Gaming Reports
February 20, 2024 8:08 PM
  • Rege Behe, CDC Gaming Reports

Aruze Gaming Global Tuesday announced it has secured approvals from 14 tribal entities in the U.S. and has obtained licenses from the Louisiana Gaming Control Board, South Dakota, the West Virginia Lottery, and the Wisconsin Division of Gaming.

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“This achievement reflects our commitment to regulatory excellence and our dedication to providing top-tier gaming experiences,” said Aruze Gaming Global Chief Operating Officer Kelcey Allison in a statement.

The company stated that the 14 tribal approvals “underscore the company’s dedication to fostering strong relationships with indigenous communities, while ensuring responsible and transparent gaming practices.”

The license from the Louisiana Gaming Control Board allows the company to contribute to the state’s gaming landscape. The approval from the West Virginia Lottery and South Dakota positions AG2 as a key player in those regions, while the certification from the Wisconsin Division of Gaming opens doors to new opportunities in that state.