LONDON (Alliance News) - Internet gaming software firm GameAccount Network PLC on Wednesday welcomed the approval given in the US state of Pennsylvania for real-money iGaming in the state.
The House of Representatives in Pennsylvania has now passed House Bill 2150 to the state senate for signing into law.
"This approval is a significant step in support of continued regulation of Internet gaming in America. We are delighted to welcome yesterday’s approval of HB 2150 by the House of Representatives in Pennsylvania, long-anticipated to become America’s fourth state to regulate internet casino gaming," said GameAccount Chief Executive Dermot Smurfit.
"Passage of this bill into law will allow us to commence real-money internet casino gaming from our enterprise-level internet gaming platform already deployed on-property for Pennsylvania’s largest land-based casino and currently delivering simulated gaming integrated with the property's reward programme in preparation for regulated real-money internet gaming," he added.
GameAccount shares were up 1.6% Wednesday to 32.00 pence.
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