SiGMA Play has announced the acquisition of its latest license. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has certified the B2C affiliate gateway as a Gaming Service Provider in Pennsylvania, and it is now authorized to provide services in that state. SiGMA Play Pennsylvania
SiGMA already has many licenses in the United States, including in New Jersey, Michigan, and West Virginia, and hopes to receive all pending licenses in the next few weeks.
The acquisition marks another step forward towards building a robust presence in the North American market. As the go-to destination for everything iGaming we are committed to delivering an unparalleled gaming experience for Michigan’s players. We look forward to announcing new licences over the coming weeks.said, Mex Emini, MD of SiGMA Play
9% Revenue Growth Realized by The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) in July
Total gambling revenue in 2022–23 reached $5.51 billion, an all-time high for the state, exceeding the previous high of $5.04 billion set in 2021–22 by 10.0%.
The overall gambling income for July 2023, including fantasy contests, was $467,043,707. This amount represents an 8.85% increase over the income generated in July 2022. SiGMA Play Pennsylvania
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The continued growth in the Pennsylvania gaming sector also propelled tax revenue to new heights breaking the $2 billion barrier for the first time. This was especially noteworthy after gaming operators struggled during the Covid crisis. The industry indeed has emerged from that period as strong as ever.”Kevin O’Toole, Executive Director wrote, in a message included alongside their 2021-2022 annual report
The PGCB regulates a variety of gambling revenue sources, including slot machines, table games, internet gaming, sports betting, fantasy contests, and video gaming terminals (VGTs).
Pennsylvania was the fourth state in the United States to legalize online gambling and poker, and it is home to 18 online casinos, including FanDuel Casino, DraftKings Casino, BetMGM, Unibet, Borgata, and Caesars Casino. In addition, the state has 14 land-based casinos and 12 online sportsbooks. SiGMA Play Pennsylvania