The New York-based casino game provider High 5 Games received an Interactive Gaming Manufacturer License from The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. With this regulatory hurdle cleared, the company will be able to market its services to the state’s operators.
The Slots Developer Now Operates in Four US States
Twelve of High 5’s slot games are now available to the Pennsylvania market. Some of the developer’s most popular titles include the likes of Dangerous Beauty, The Green Machine Deluxe, Secrets of the Forest, and Golden Knight. High 5 has stated that more games are underway for 2022, so potential clients will have plenty of choices.
Founder and CEO of High 5 Games Tony Singer stated that the company’s most recent expansion was part of High 5’s ongoing plan to expand its business across North America and grow the developer’s market presence in the area.
As one of the biggest igaming markets in the United States, Pennsylvania has always been our top priority.
Tony Singer, High 5 Games CEO
Singer noted that the newly acquired license would allow the brand to bring its unique flavor of entertainment to the Keystone State. The CEO also reaffirmed the company’s goal to expand into every major market on the continent.
The Company Has Seen Rapid Expansion across North America
As of the writing of this article, High 5 Games operates across four US States- Pennsylvania, Michigan, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The developer also has a presence in Ontario and Quebec.
High 5’s first foray into Michigan was in January 2021, after its partnership with Golden Nugget Online Casino. Soaring Eagle Casino, owned by The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, also offers High 5 products via its iGaming business and physical casinos. High 5’s other partners in the state include DraftKings and BetMGM.
High 5 and BetMGM also cooperate in Ontario and New Jersey. As a result of this partnership, over 200 High 5 games are now available in the Golden State.
Canada has been a long-time stronghold for slot games developer. High 5 games have been a staple in the country’s land-based casinos for decades. After Ontario regulated its iGaming market, the developer was among the first suppliers to receive a license. The company’s Canadian partners include FanDuel, BetMGM, and William Hill, with further partnerships expected in the future.