High 5 Games enters Pennsylvania via market access deal with PNG

High 5 Games enters Pennsylvania via market access deal with PNG

High 5 Games has made its splash into Pennsylvania’s igaming market following a multi-year market access agreement with Penn National Gaming. 

High 5 Games bringing best slots to Keystone State

The Deal – High 5 Games’ pursuit of becoming a key player in the United States iGaming arena takes the brand to the Keystone State, where it will soon launch High5Casino.com. 

The Product – The platform will be catering content from its studio and third-party suppliers to players in Pennsylvania. High 5 revealed that it is in the process of securing a license in the state. However, the company has already obtained such authorization in the US, allowing them to offer real-money games across regulated markets through similar market access agreements with several operators. High 5 also boasts a social casino, serving over 25 million registered customers.

Corporate Roadmap – High 5 Games has long desired to compete with other gaming big-wigs for a fair share in the US iGaming market. Market access agreements similar to the deal with PNG will further deepen its link in the country. The group has remained committed to advance its expansion into more states over the next few months.    

Quotes from the Press Release

Tony Singer, CEO of High 5 Games, commented on the company’s market entry: “As we continue to focus on expanding into every regulated market in the United States, our strategic partnership with Penn National Gaming is instrumental in introducing the High 5 Casino experience to a world of new players. We couldn’t be more excited about this partnership, and we look forward to announcing more multi-year access agreements in other states soon.” 


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