After securing a new distribution deal with the expanded online offering of Wind Creek Hospitality, NetEnt has continued its expansion through the regulated markets.
The agreement cements the position of NetEnt in the igaming market in Pennsylvania, following Wind Creek ‘s addition of RMG options to its existing social offering last month.
At Wind Creek Hospitality, Ken Rohman, chief marketing officer, stated: “It’s an exciting time to be adding igaming to our offering in Pennsylvania’s online arena, and with NetEnt’s portfolio of market favourite casino games we are in a strong position to quickly gain market share.
“We look forward to working with their knowledgeable team to build on our offering and deliver a first-rate online experience to our players.”
NetEnt has reported that Pennsylvania has proven to be a big success with steady quarterly growth following its initial launch in the area back in 2019, with the new agreement increasing its market share further.
Wind Creek Casino, whose online gaming platform is operated by Pala Interactive, can now give online viewers the casino material of the supplier, including its collection of table games and what is hailed in Divine Fortune as a “local top performer.”
Brian Kraft NetEnt vice president of commercial in the Americas, said: “It’s a major achievement to be supporting Wind Creek in its online journey. The deal underlines our status as a go-to supplier in Pennsylvania both with established operators and emerging brands.
“Given the strong performance of our content with local players, this partnership will no doubt see Wind Creek make a big impact in the online landscape.”
NetEnt joined West Virginia earlier this week following an agreement with igaming and BetMGM, a sports betting operator.
After the Mountain State opened its virtual doors to an online casino on July 15, the MGM Resorts International and GVC Holdings joint venture recently added igaming to its ongoing relationship with The Greenbrier in West Virginia.