Pariplay has been granted five out of six conditional licenses by the Connecticut Lottery.
The fifth US iGaming license has been awarded to Pariplay, a NeoGames-owned provider based in Connecticut. With this new development the company now operates legally within all 50 states of America and can resume its operations after being temporarily shut down last week due some technical issues which were promptly solved by their team members who work tirelessly round-the clock without fail just like any other business man would do when running one himself!
Pariplay is a legal online casino in five out of the six US states that have gaming licenses.
Pariplay’s ambitions are lofty, but their Fusion platform is an integral part of it. The goal? To combine localised content with games they consider to be among the best in terms on performance and popularity across all markets – something only recently possible thanks largely due this new technology called ‘Fusion’.
Moti Malul, the CEO of NeoGames said they were delighted to have gained their fifth awarded licence in America. They are proud that this bold approach is allowing them continue show why they deserve such high standards for businessampaing themselves as innovators within gaming industry.
“The next few years are going to be an exciting time for Pariplay as we continue making our mark on the industry.”
iGaming companies have been making an effort to penetrate the North American market of late, and Pariplay is no exception. The company’s CCO Enrico Bradamante revealed that they are increasing their efforts during one appearance onGI Huddle television program.
The brand is not simply restricted to the US with a major distribution agreement signed in Sweden this week.
In September of this year, Pariplay made a major stride forward by gaining regulatory approval in Panama. The company is now targeting Canadian provinces and certain LatAm markets for their services to online gamblers internationally!
Congratulations! The iGaming company Pariplay has finally achieved all of their state licenses and can now operate legally in Connecticut.
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