SlotSource.com To ‘Empower American Online Slot Players’

Through the introduction of its SlotSource.com platform, the Gambling.com Group seeks to “empower American online slot players,” offering detailed reviews of more than 150 gaming slots.

While the country’s regulated igaming market continues to grow across the world , the company claims players need access to tools to help them locate online casinos with their favourite online slots as well as advice on decent, trustworthy, legal and licenced in their state.

SlotSource.com seeks to combine an ever-expanding collection of sports, slots and casinos into one service on state-by-state availability, with joint co-operation already in place with US-licensed online gaming firms.

In addition to real-money slot ratings, fully integrated free-to-play slots and payout comparisons, SlotSource.com provides tools to help players handle deposits and withdrawals safely from a variety of payment providers including PayPal, Neteller , Skrill, Play+ and more.

Charles Gillespie, chief executive of Gambling.com Group noted: “As states like Pennsylvania and New Jersey see record growth in online casino revenue, new players need resources like SlotSource.com to navigate the growing universe of games and options and stay on the right side of the divide between regulated and offshore providers.”

The company emphasises that “slots are the most popular casino game at both  brick-an -mortar casinos and online,” with the latter experiencing “tremendous growth.”

In the first time in May 2020, Pennsylvania’s online slots handle reached the $1bn mark, marking a month-on – month rise of 40 percent.

The landmark is celebrated as “especially important” because of the exponential growth experienced in April, with online slots handling reaching more than $757 m, up 96 percent from March 2020. According to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, online slots have created more than $83 m in local and state tax revenue for the Keystone State since its introduction in July 2019.

Online casino gaming is highly limited and available to players in Delaware, New Jersey , Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The market has also been regulated by Michigan and is expected to go live later in 2020 or early 2021. More states are expected to consider expansion of online casinos as a way to keep gaming-related tax revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic.