- PointsBet Holdings (PBH) launches online casino in Pennsylvania following clearance from Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB)
- In accordance with PGCB requirements, PointsBet will operate in a soft launch environment for two days before launching full operations in the Quaker state.
- Pennsylvania marks the fifth North American state in which PointsBet offers its proprietary iGaming platform
- PBH shares up 1.31% at $3.10
Corporate bookmaker PointsBet Holdings (PBH) has launched an online casino in Pennsylvania following clearance from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) for a soft launch in the US state.
The online casino product through wholly owned subsidiary PointsBet Pennsylvania comes after the company’s launches in other US states including Michigan, New Jersey, West Virginia and Ontario in Canada.
Pennsylvania was the fifth North American state in which PointsBet offers its proprietary iGaming platform.
President of Products and Technology Manjit Gombra Singh said the company is “proud to be able to build on this momentum” and bring the product to Pennsylvania.
“We are rapidly growing our online casino business and look forward to expanding and refining our product line throughout the year to provide more options for our users at PointsBet online casinos,” said he declared.
In line with PGCB requirements, PointsBet will operate on a soft launch
environment for two days before launching full online casino operations in the Quaker State.
In addition to the United States, PointsBet is present in Australia, Canada and Ireland.
Shares of PBH rose 1.31% to $3.10 at 12:01 a.m. AEST.