Strive Gaming has announced the receipt of its first US licence, after the igaming platform company received approval to operate in Colorado.
The Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission gave the supplier a unanimous vote, and the company was given a temporary vendor major licence.
This comes after the company laid out its strategy for entering the North American market earlier this year, promising to address the myriad issues that modern-day US operators confront by catering to multi-state requirements.
Strive Gaming said it intends to acquire and announce more licence approvals in the coming weeks, in addition to getting its first US state licence.
The company has previously announced that it was through several state licence approvals in the United States and that it was a part of a New York state mobile wagering bid.
Strive Gaming’s president and CCO, Damian Xuereb, added: “We have fantastic momentum at the moment, overdelivering on every single promise we’ve made internally and externally.
“Our Colorado license is a great and first step toward becoming licensed in many more states and it is a clear message to the market that Strive Gaming is exceptionally ready and open for business in the US and Canada.”
Strive Gaming stated last month that it had strengthened its position in the US market even more by receiving GLI-33 certification from the Gaming Laboratories International.
The accreditation is “widely accepted as being foundationally imperative” as a technological and integrity requirement from a compliance standpoint in several US states, according to the business, with numerous marketplaces refusing to participate without certification.