Online casino content supplier NetEnt has announced that its games have gone live in the state of West Virginia via the firms link up with DraftKings.
The deal was previously announced alongside the developer’s expansion in to Pennsylvania via the same channel and now means that residents within the Mountain State will be able to enjoy online slots such as Starburst, Street Fighter II, Gonzo’s Quest, Twin Spin and more.
This latest announcement marks a significant milestone in both the history of NetEnt and the US gaming industry as the gambling market continues to grow from within the United States.
Brian Kraft of NetEnt shared some comments on the announcement:
“We are thrilled to be the first third-party supplier to launch our games in West Virginia.
It’s fantastic to have some of our most popular titles from New Jersey and Pennsylvania now live in the West Virginia market for DraftKings’ players to enjoy.”
Following regulatory approval from the West Virginia Lottery Commission, NetEnt has developed a potfolio of games as an independent supplier and will supply a range of its studio titles for real money wagering within the state.
NetEnt continues its push on expansion and growth within the growing gambling industry of America and this latest news now means that residents of WV can legally gamble on casino games and slots from the supplier.