Supremeland Gaming Enters West Virginia Market Under Supplier License

Written By Corey Sharp on March 15, 2024
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Supremeland Gaming has expanded its footprint rapidly in the US. The company announced the approval to operate in West Virginia under an interim supplier license.

This is the third state within the last few months that Supremeland Gaming has received clearance to enter. It plans to offer exciting slots for WV online casinos.

Supremeland Gaming granted approval in Mountain State

Supremeland Gaming has been in the headlines plenty over the past few months. The company has most recently announced operations in two of the largest online casino markets, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

While West Virginia isn’t as big of a jurisdiction as the aforementioned states, the expansion is proving that Supremeland Gaming means business.

According to a press release, Supremeland Gaming supplies innovative slots with impressive graphics and generous bonuses.

CEO of Supremeland Gaming, Rickard Öhrn, said:

“The acquisition of our interim Supplier License in West Virginia is a pivotal step in our journey, reflecting on our dedication to delivering innovative experiences to a broader audience. As we expand our footprint, our commitment to excellence remains unwavering, and we look forward to contributing to the vibrant gaming landscape in the Mountain State.”


What Supremeland is bringing to WV iGaming market

Supremeland Gaming has some popular slots that are ready for West Virginia online casinos. According to the company’s website, it touts the following titles:

  • Munition Mine
  • Red Panda Rising
  • Wild Quad Squad
  • Die Pinata Die

Supremeland is a global company with a presence in Mexico, South America and Europe. It is also partnered with EveryMatrix, another technology and content provider.

A subsidiary of EveryMatrix, SlotMatrix, supplies over 300 game studios and more than 22,500 slot titles for players.

Supremeland received authorization at the right time. West Virginia online casinos produced $16.4 million in January revenue, an all-time state record. The previous three months consisted of the following revenue totals:

  • October: $15.5 million
  • November: $14.4 million
  • December: $15.9 million

The company should be able to take advantage of the growth that’s occurring in the Mountain State.

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayWV bringing you coverage of the WV online casino market in the Mountain State. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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