International Game Technology (IGT) is set to expand its customer reach by offering content to online gaming operators across West Virginia. This move means IGT will now be available within five US states.
Players will be able to access the range of PlayCasino games that are currently available to customers around the world. This includes titles such as Fortune Coin, Siberian Storm, Cleopatra and Ultimate X Poker, all of which were recently made available for mobile and online play via online casino operators.
Gil Rotem, IGT President of iGaming, commented: “Expanding IGT’s PlayCasino footprint into West Virginia presents an incredible opportunity to further our leadership in a high-growth segment of our business. IGT has vast experience supplying compelling iGaming content and platform technologies to operators worldwide.
“IGT PlayDigital is the top provider of iGaming content in the U.S. and we look forward to helping our customers in West Virginia maximise player engagement as the demand for digital gaming continues to grow.”
This expansion move follows news of a strong year for IGT, which includes a record income of $902m and a reduction of net debt by $1.4bn. The company achieved collaborations such as with the WWE, which saw a licensing agreement on the development and distribution of WWE-branded omnichannel lottery games.
London-based IGT develops games that are available across multiple channels and within different segments of the industry; from lotteries and gaming machines to sports betting and digital. The company employs around 10,500 employees and holds a presence in more than 100 countries worldwide.
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