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The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has granted an interim license to Supremeland, a prominent gaming provider, allowing it to join the US market for the first time. This interim license is a common step in obtaining a license in the lucrative Keystone State gaming market. Supremeland joins the ranks of other successful applicants who have recently got a full license after clearing this stage.

Still, even though the PGCB continues to conduct its final probes, the world-renowned operator has wasted no time in making its debut in the Keystone State by providing its whole selection of gaming items to the online gambling sites in Pennsylvania.

According to Supremeland Executive Chairman Johan Apel, they were looking forward to having Pennsylvania as their online casino foundation, changing the landscape, striking new boundaries, and creating fully immersive games that would connect with this new American audience. The license, he said, was “a testament to their commitment to innovation and the limitless possibilities that lie ahead.”

What to Expect

As a dynamic new contender in the iGaming arena, Supremeland Gaming is squarely focused on the global market, with ambitious plans to release multiple titles worldwide in the coming months. Pennsylvania is going to be one of the beneficiaries of these ambitious plans, especially considering the recent launches from the company.

Case in point, Supremeland Gaming subsidiary Powderkeg Studios recently announced the worldwide debut of their charming new slot game, Red Panda Rising. In addition to being accessible to gamers all around the globe, the company promises that the games are going to captivate players with its one-of-a-kind concept, gorgeous visuals, and engaging gaming experience.

Players go on an exciting journey through the fabled feudal land of Japan, where they must face battle against the mighty Clan of the Red Paw. An element of suspense accompanies the action with the appearance of the Red Paw, which comes inside a compelling 5×3 array that spans 25 pay lines. This gives the game a sense of anticipation.

More to Come

Supremeland Gaming CEO Rickard Öhrn was incredibly proud to unveil Red Panda Rising, the newest game in their growing portfolio. He said that it builds on the success of Munition Mine and demonstrates its dedication to innovation, creativity, and providing customers and fans with top-notch entertainment.

SlotMatrix is already allowing players to play Red Panda Rising and Munition Mine, both of which provide players with an amazing gaming experience. Pennsylvanian players certainly have a lot to look forward to.

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