Gaming Realms is excited to announce that they have been granted a license in Connecticut!
Gaming Realms is now officially licensed to offer their services in Connecticut! The state’s Department of Consumer Protection has awarded GamingRealms an online gaming service provider licence, clearing the way for them become one step closer towards establishing a presence here.
Gaming Realms is excited to announce that it will be expanding its footprint in North America by entering the Connecticut market. This expansion means that gamers across most areas of territroywhere commercial iGamingis legal can now play at one trusted site, with over 150+ games available!
Michael Buckley, CEO and Executive Chairman of Gaming Realms expressed his delight at being granted an online gaming service provider licence in Connecticut which now sees the company licensed across four major US states for iGaming as well Ontario Canada. He also notes that they have existing multi-state deals with Draftkings who are already up & running within this market too!
Gaming Realms is one step closer to making their dream of an online casino come true. The provider expects that Slingo content will go live with DraftKings and FanDuel by year’s end after final certifications are completed, giving them clear access into this market segment once again!
“We have been able to secure some of the biggest deals in America, which is a great sign for Slingo’s launch,” said CEO Buckley. “Our content will go live faster due our partnership with these companies and direct integration agreements allow us more time on market growth as states regulate iGaming.”
Gaming Realms is on the brink of expanding beyond North America, with recent expansion in Italy. Slingo games are now live at Lottomatica – that country’s largest operator!
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