The PGCB Issues Temporary Authorization to Strive Gaming

Arsenii Anderson
the pgcb issues temporary authorization to strive gaming

Another improvement is coming to the gaming sector in Pennsylvania. As a manufacturer operating inside the state, Strive Gaming has been granted temporary permission by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).

Thus, legal online casinos in PA will have access to a comprehensive, multi-channel platform from Strive Gaming.

Strive Gaming Joins the Pennsylvania Market with a Great Platform

Keystone State operators may employ cutting-edge software from Strive Gaming. PGCB Deputy Director of Communications Richard McGarvey stated that the board had given Strive Gaming temporary approval last month.

Strive Gaming is able to do business in the state under interim permission just as it would with a license. Before granting the formal license, the PGCB must do a background investigation, which might take up to a year.

Strive is no stranger in the North American market. The business was given permission to operate in Michigan a few months ago.

In a news statement, the company’s CEO, Max Meltzer, expressed his excitement at being granted the Pennsylvanian Interim Authorization for iGaming and Sports Wagering Manufacturer License. This accomplishment, which comes after receiving the Michigan state license a few months ago, is another evidence of the company’s commitment to regulatory compliance and its continuous work to provide the finest PAM solution for sports betting and iGaming. The company is excited to provide its award-winning technology in Pennsylvania and contribute to the state’s thriving digital scene.

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