March 14, 2024 2 min read


PGCB Greenlights Strive Gaming’s Foray into Pennsylvania

The achievement follows Strive Gaming's launch in Michigan

Strive Gaming, a leading provider of player account management services, has announced the approval of its Interim Authorization for iGaming and Sports Wagering Manufacturer License in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s approval is a significant milestone for the PAM supplier as it allows it to tap into one of the most profitable markets in the US.

The foray into Pennsylvania attests to Strive Gaming’s commitment to providing more companies across America with its industry-leading products and services. The approval in the state will allow Strive to cement its position as a leading US provider, in line with its ambitious growth strategy.

Operators in The Keystone State will now be able to capitalize on the omni-channel iGaming platform offered by Strive Gaming. Through such new partnerships, the latter company will be able to expand its footprint in North America.

Speaking of US expansion, Strive recently announced a successful investment round led by prominent content, platform, and service provider OpenBet. This investment sought to provide benefits to both parties and strengthen their respective positions in the region, especially in emerging tribal markets.

Strive Gaming Is Excited about the Approval

Max Meltzer, Strive Gaming’s chief executive officer, praised the entry into Pennsylvania, saying that his team is “thrilled” to receive the Interim Authorization for iGaming and Sports Wagering Manufacturer License.

He explained that this achievement follows the license in Michigan that Strive Gaming secured a few months ago. In addition, the development reflects the company’s continued efforts to deliver a premium iGaming and sports betting PAM solution, Meltzer added.

We look forward to contributing to the vibrant digital landscape of Pennsylvania and providing our award-winning technology in the state.

Max Meltzer, CEO, Strive Gaming

Strive Gaming also reiterated its commitment to the highest possible compliance standards. This was previously reflected in Strive Gaming’s decision to name the experienced Tommaso Di Chio as its new chief legal and compliance officer. In that position, the appointee agreed to oversee strategic legal matters for the company across North America.

In the meantime, Pennsylvania is mulling over a ban on credit cards in online casino gaming as proponents of the measure argue that it would protect vulnerable players from overspending.


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