After Michigan and New Jersey

Play’n GO goes live with PokerStars in Pennsylvania, extending partnership to a third state

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iGaming content provider Play'n GO has announced a partnership with gaming brand PokerStars for the state of Pennsylvania, thereby expanding their relationship into a third US state. The studio's games are now live with the operator.

The launch follows agreements in the states of Michigan and New Jersey, as well as teaming up for a Michigan-exclusive game built around the state's National Hockey League team, the Detroit Red Wings. 

This latest announcement sees PokerStars players in the Keystone State gain access to Play'n GO titles such as ‘Book of Dead and Reactoonz.’ Play'n GO is now licensed in six US states and is aiming to be active "in every regulated market, in the US and around the world."

Magnus Natt och Dag, Commercial Director North America at Play'n GO, said: "Following our recent licensing approval in Pennsylvania, we eagerly anticipate the launch of our games with PokerStars, our third operator to go live in Pennsylvania. PokerStars share our vision for a safe, regulated iGaming industry, and we're confident of further success together in the coming months and years."

Brent Rovner, North American Casino Director at PokerStars, said: "We are thrilled to launch Play'n GO in Pennsylvania, making their games available in all our active US states. We're confident that our customers will enjoy these games for years to come."

Earlier this month, Play'n GO went live with two other operators in Pennsylvania. These included partnerships with BetMGM and RSI.

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