Inspired Entertainment has secured an Interactive Gaming Manufacturer Licence in Pennsylvania.
It comes as part of the group’s ongoing expansion strategy in North America, and authorises Inspired to offer its Interactive games to licensed online operators serving Pennsylvania. The group’s Interactive content is expected to launch this summer, with multiple game titles initially available.
“Pennsylvania is one of the largest iGaming states in North America and we are excited to add it to our North American geographies, which already includes New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, Quebec and Ontario,” said Inspired President and COO Brooks Pierce.
“Many of the licensed online operators in Pennsylvania are already Inspired customers in other jurisdictions, which should allow for us to launch our top-performing content quickly and seamlessly into the market. With the growing popularity of our content, increased brand awareness and rapid speed to market, we are confident we are well-positioned to capitalise on this opportunity.”
The group earlier this month released its financial results for the first quarter of 2022, with revenue climbing 166% year-on-year. Inspired’s gaming and leisure businesses were adversely affected by Covid-19 during the prior-year period, but have since returned to pre-pandemic operating levels.
Commenting on the results at the time, Inspired Executive Chairman Lorne Weil said: “We have had a strong start to the year, generating year-over-year revenue growth across our business units, while also laying the groundwork for the long-term growth and profitability of our business.
“Our gaming and leisure results were particularly strong, demonstrating the full recovery of our land-based customers.”