May 22, 2024 2 min read


4ThePlayer Secures License in Pennsylvania

CEO Ash hopes to replicate the success his company’s games are enjoying in other US jurisdictions.

4ThePlayer, an award-winning creator of player-centric, innovative gambling games, announced that it has secured a new license in Pennsylvania. According to the announcement, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approved the company’s participation in the Commonwealth’s online casino market at a recent meeting.

This marks yet another major development for the up-and-coming company and aligns with its US expansion strategy. The company reiterated its commitment to growing its presence in the regulated US market.

Pennsylvania marks the fourth US jurisdiction where 4ThePlayer’s games are available. The foray into the Keystone State comes in the wake of launches in New Jersey, Michigan and Connecticut. As a result, players in the Commonwealth can brace for an exciting portfolio of player-centric and entertainment-focused games.

For reference, 4ThePlayer’s portfolio includes a strong lineup of top performers such as 4 Fantastic Lobsters and 9K Yeti that will soon become available to Pennsylvanian gamblers. According to the announcement, local players will be able to try out these games via Gaming Realms, 4ThePlayer’s trusted platform partner.

4ThePlayer Is Excited to Launch in the Commonwealth

Chris Ash,’s co-founder and business development director, commented on the matter, saying that he is excited to bring his team’s unique games to players in the state. He hopes to replicate the success his company’s games are having in other US jurisdictions.

I am thrilled we can bring our unique gaming experience to the players of Pennsylvania. After the success we have seen with these titles in other states, we are excited for players in Pennsylvania to play them!

Chris Ash, co-founder and business development director, 4ThePlayer

As the fifth most populated state and one of the few states that allow iGaming, the Commonwealth is of crucial importance to companies such as 4ThePlayer. Pennsylvania’s recent financials furthermore show that gambling continues to experience steady growth. In Q1, the state’s gambling industry posted a total revenue of $1.7 billion, second only to Nevada.

In Q1, iGaming in Pennsylvania continued to grow with revenue increasing 40.5% to $184.9 million. For comparison, the state’s online casino industry posted revenue of $131.6 million in the prior year period.

Online slots revenue alone stood at $125.9 million, up 35.6% year-on-year.


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