Two Casino Companies Granted PGCB Licenses

Two Casino Companies Granted PGCB Licenses
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It’s time to welcome two new online casino companies to the Keystone State as the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has issued licenses to game developers Anaxi and Games Global.

Both brands have built a solid reputation, offering players worldwide some of the most well-known slot titles, and it’s looking likely that will be eager to strike up a partnership to include their titles in their game lobbies.

Anaxi - The Name That Gave Us Buffalo Online

Anaxi is probably best known for turning the popular land-based slot machine Buffalo into a highly successful online version. Although it was only founded in 2022, it’s part of one of the biggest names in the world of software providers - Aristocrat.

The association is reported to have facilitated the granting of the PGCB license, as Aristocrat has held the state license since 2006. In fact, Director of Communications at PGCB Doug Harbach described the process as a “formality”.

In the meantime, Pennsylvania players eagerly await the addition of Buffalo, together with other Anaxi titles like 5 Dragons Rising Jackpots and Wild Wild Samurai, to their favorite PA gambling sites.

Games Global to Bring 1,000+ Titles to Pennsylvania Online Casinos

Games Global may be a relatively new name to players in the Keystone State, but their library is guaranteed to secure them an instant slew of fans. 

The games provider is an all-rounder in terms of game categories, and its table games, crash games, network jackpots and bingo offerings will appeal to all types of players. 

Of course, there will be plenty of slots to enjoy too, as the brand has produced iconic titles like 9 Masks of Fire, Immortal Romance Remastered and Lara Croft Temples and Tombs. 

What Can Pennsylvania Players Expect?

The addition of Anaxi and Games Global to the PA online gambling landscape can only spell good things, with the addition of these global players likely to instigate further market growth. With the PGCB possibly announcing further licenses in the coming months, this is expected to continue cementing the state’s position as a digital entertainment destination.